Iron Gait Percherons is a Member of the Percheron Horse Association of America
Iron Gait Percherons is a Member of the Georgia Draft Horse Association
Iron Gait Percherons is a Member of the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce
Rescue Funds and Fundraisers
IGP T-Shirts - Hay Fundraiser
With every $25 (or more) Donation you will receive a free T-Shirt -shipping included
Please Note what color & size you would like.
Along with your correct address to ship item(s) to.
BLACK or ROYAL BLUE
FRONT of shirt- "Got Percheron" - BACK of shirt- "Our name & Location"
PayPal : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Donate and Help us Help the Horses!
We CAN NOT do what we do, without YOU...the help of the public. Donating or Sponsoring is super easy and it only takes a small amount to help. Without your donation, we cannot continue to operate and help the many needing horses that truly need our help.
There is no one here at Iron Gait that receives a paycheck; we are all volunteers to the horses. 100% of all the funds go directly to the cost to properly care for the new arrivals, horses waiting to be adopted, along with the sanctuary horses that require daily supplements and/or medical attention.
We do have an outstanding vet bills as well as an outstanding feed bill & hay bill.
** Donations are URGENTLY needed for the new Rescue Horses.
Calf Manna Rice Bran Pellets 20% protein tubs Weight Builder Cocoa Soya Anti Hist ProBiotics & *Red Cell Supplement* (for Randolph's Anemic issue) Large Flake bales of Shavings
You can Stop by (please call for an appointment) with a donation and visit the horses... For feed donations we use Tucker Milling products Triple Crown and Purina products...
*For our wonderful Vets Jennifer & Bill at .... Equine Medical Associates 2280 Pine Drive Douglasville, GA 30135 (770) 928-4400
Current our Veterinary bill is outstanding due to new horses coming in with much needed medical needs. You can also Stop by (please call for an appointment) with your donation and visit the horses while you are here... or mail a check to the address listed below: Iron Gait Percherons, Inc. 114 Hancock Mountain Trail Waleska, Ga. 30183 (770) 796-2598
Please help by Donating or Sponsoring to help this cost. Or by stopping by the farm with a load of hay. We can desperately use horse quality SQUARE BALES at this time
***ATTENTION NASCAR FANS***
COME PLACE A BID ON A GENUINE SIGNED RACE CAR TIRE;
AUTOGRAPHED T-SHIRT & PHOTO'S
DONATED PERSONALLY BY BILL ELLIOTT & FAMILY
Iron Gait Store is Online
Support Iron Gait Percherons Draft Horse Rescue - by purchasing T- Shirt's, Sweatshirts, Mugs & Totes at our Rescue Store: http://rescuestore.irongaitpercherons.org/ $5.00 of every item purchased will go to the daily care of the Rescued Horses :)
Thank you & God Bless
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*** RANDOLPH IS ANEMIC & NEEDS SPECIAL MEDICINES TO CONTROL THIS ISSUE. PLEASE HELP HIM BY DONATING WHAT YOU CAN TOWARDS HIS MEDICATIONS***
Randolph - was rescued out of Atlanta, he was a victim of Carriage industry neglect. Now safe here to live his years out at Iron Gait. Upon arrival and besides being extremely under weight, after vet check we have found several medical issues wrong with poor Randolph that need attention and corrected. Severe wounds to his hind hooves, extremely swollen rear pasterns, beginning stages of Cushings disease, arthritis in front shoulders & hind quarters. Chronic pastern dermatitis & severe infection on both rear legs. His injury is older approx. 4 months, she says that it must have been a substantial to both his back legs, coronary band, pastern & fetlock to cause the infection on his coronary band seeping into his hooves to cause the cracks. I am to keep him on antibiotics for awhile , if no improvement I will need to get Radio-graph on his legs. Randolph will remain here at Iron Gait for his retirement.
If you would like to help with Randolph's rehabilitation (On going Vet bills, Farrier, Supplements) & retirement cost byDonating to orSponsoring him. Any and All help would be greatly appreciated.