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Please open your heart and send a gift to help us help these poor horses to a speedy recovery. Since we are a New Non- Profit Corporation Rescue revenue is very limited .
Our efforts to save & the cost of daily upkeep of any horse(s) rely solely on donations, sponsors & adoption fees. Every little bit counts. Please help us towards their on going needs.

We are in desperate need of Donations & encouraging monthly Sponsors for  all of these horses daily care and monthly expenses.
We can provide receipt needed upon request.
Each horse can have multiple Sponsors to help the cost of  daily care and monthly upkeep cost. 
It will be a few months before they become adoptable, you can still inquire about adopting any of the horses.
Their riding ability evaluation will be delayed due to conditions & concerns.

Thank you and God Bless,


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~April 18th 2011 to present date~
181 horses helped by IGP
132 Horses adopted into loving new homes
35 Sanctuary Horses due to special conditions
This is not including all of the horses that IGP helped through Community Outreach;

when Horse Owners across the USA needed medical
or Nutritional help through out the years.

We are EXTREMELY PROUD of our TEAM IGP existing of Friends, Donors,
Sponsors, Volunteers, Farriers, Trainers and Veterinary Doctors
Together we have made ALL of this possible in helping all of these needing horses.
In which without all of you, none of this would have been possible.

Thank you everyone for your continued support IGP can not do this with out you.
Please help us continue helping the horses by Monthly Sponsoring or Donations of any kind.
All donations can be 501 Tax Deductible


Chevy was saved out of a kill pen a few months ago by a lady named Julie.
Chevy came to us with some medical problems that IGP will try to help him overcome the best as possible, so that he can live a pain free life.
He is 17 yrs. old, approx. 16 hands tall,
we thought he was blind in his left eye but it was just severe infection, and had some damages to his back legs from working hard as a Amish plow horse .
Dr. Carly & Dr. Williams will evaluate and see how we all can best help him

IGP would like to Thank everyone involved with Chevys journey to us.




Juniors foot surgery went VERY well. His recovery period will be 6-9 months, during this time, he will need monthly follow up trips to UGA for adjustments to a special shoe they had to put on him at $300 per visit plus round trip 6 hour travel time...OUCH!
After the 9 months and after his final evaluation Junior should recover 100%, no more lameness
As for his eye, it is more complicated than we thought. There are complications with lens rotation and infection deep inside of it. We are doing everything medically possible to save his eye the best we can through daily medication/treatment, but, sadly eventually it may have to be removed.
No matter what the outcome will be with his eye, he will be loved just the same, which is unconditionally by all of us here at IGP.

He is a VERY Special boy and will continue as IGP's Ambassador.
Again a HUGE Thank you to all of you for your continued support for Junior and Iron Gait.

God Bless
Team IGP


Sierra - Surrender 2/15/2013 - 16 hands TB/QH cross - Body score of 2 - 970 pounds. A very sweet mare that just needs some TLC.
Due to an untreated knee injury she can never be ridden again but will make a great companion. Very sweet and loves all the attention that you can give her.


Gordon - Rescued 8/16/2012  Quarter Horse gelding - 15.3 hands - approximately 17-20 yrs. old - we were told that his original name is Awesome - I was notified by Gordon County Animal Shelter of this poor guy needing help. So, IGP stepped in. Rated at 1. on body score. Gordon is such the character & loves all of the attention all of the time, has become a favorite of everyone here at the farm.
If you would like to help on his rehabilitation you can contact us at:


Miriah -


Miracle -

Remiel -

Lena -