Our California shelter is our oldest shelter, rescuing and sheltering animals since 2003. Our shelter is located in Newcastle near Sacramento.
All adopters must be approved before adopting. Fill out the Adoption Application, click here.
Wannageeska | Arabian | Mare | 12 yrs | Ground TrainedRead more
Takota | Half-Arabian | Mare | 10yrs | Green BrokeRead more
Spot | Spotted Donkey | Gelding | Young | UnhandledRead more
Spirit | Mustang | 10 | Mare | UnhandledRead more
Moose | Quarter Horse | Gelding | 19 | Broke to rideRead more
Jazz | Tennessee Walking Horse | Mare | 11yrs | Broke to RideRead more
Irish | Mini Donkey | Mare | Young | UnhandledRead more
Harrow | 20 | Quarter Horse | Mare | Broke to RideRead more
Gypsy | Paint Cross | Mare | 18 | Broke to rideRead more
Duke | 13 | Quarter Horse | Gelding | Broke to RideRead more
Diamond | QH/Arab | Mare | 20 yrs | Ground TrainedRead more
Cheyanne | 19 | Quarter Horse | Mare | Ground TrainedRead more
Chexie | 20 | Quarter Horse | Mare | Broke to RideRead more
Buddy | Quarter Pony | Gelding | 16 | Broke to RideRead more
Buckskin Betty | BLM Mustang | Mare | 12 | Ground TrainedRead more
Bruce Willis | Paint Pony | Gelding | 12 | Halter BrokeRead more
Bella | 15-20 | Paint | Mare | Ground TrainedRead more
Ash | Donkey | Jack | 8 months | UnhandledRead more
Phone: (916) 905-7003
6025 Wise Rd
Newcastle, Ca 95658
Corporate Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 485
Hohenwald, TN 38462
Surrender fees: $425 (equines)
(For those who are unable to pay a surrender fee, we accept hardship cases into our waiting list. 1 hardship is taken without a fee once a month, unless it is an exception.)
Adoption fees: $0.00-$500.00
(There maybe additional fees added to the adoption fee if the animal was transferred from one of our other shelters.)
Euthanasia fee: $350.00 (equines)
We held our 4th 1-Day Open Door Shelter on March 5th, this time in California. A staggering number of horses were surrendered, a total of 102! Horse trailers were lined up waiting to drop off horses whose owners could no longer keep them. The barns at the fairgrounds began filling up quickly.
We would like to thank our partner the Right Horse Initiative for making this 1-Day Open Door Shelter for Horses possible, without them this event would have never happened. To learn more about the right horse initiative please visit their website – www.therighthorse.org
The goal of the 1-Day Open Door Shelter for Horses is to provide a safe place for horse owners to surrender their horses that they can no longer keep, at no cost, it is completely free. We even offer free transportation for the horses if they do not have a way to bring their horse to the shelter. The 1-Day Open Door Shelter for Horses is extremely crucial to keep horses safe from ending up in the wrong hands or neglected. Many times we find horses that come to our 1-Day Open Door Shelters have suffered extreme neglect. Veterinarians examine each horse and any horse that is found to be suffering is given the last act of kindness.
Our goal is to place every horse that has a good quality of life and is adoptable with adoption partners to be adopted to a new home. All adoptable horses are being placed into adoption programs. If you are interested in adopting one of the adoptable horses, please contact A Grazing Grace Horse Rescue or our California Shelter.
We had a great team of staff, board of directors and volunteers that worked tirelessly to make this event a success. At the end of the day Sarah and Melissa did a video talking about their busy day, to watch the video click here.
Please consider making a donation to help us with this important work. As you can imagine your support is greatly needed and appreciated!
Below are photos of all the horses surrendered at this event, 102 horses is a lot of horses! The original date for the event was February 19th but had to be rescheduled due to flooding. Not all the photos were taken at the fairgrounds. Some of the photos are of horses that came in on the original date, others were taken when the horse was picked up from its owner.
Horse Plus Humane Society is thrilled to announce that we’ve partnered with FLOAT – For Love Of All Things to bring you limited edition Save America’s Horses Tees available until Monday at 9am Mountain Standard Time. For every shirt sold FLOAT will donate $8 to Horse Plus Humane Society to help us in our mission of saving horses. Head on over to www.float.org and SHOP today – lots of fun colors and styles to choose from!
Your support is greatly appreciated and needed, just last week we had over a hundred horses surrendered at our California 1-Day Open Door Shelter. If every person that read this purchase the shirt, thousands of desperately needed dollars would be raised, please consider purchasing a shirt and helping us in our mission of saving horses.