Equine Care & Development Fund

New England Equine Care & Development is a non-profit organization designed to provide enhanced equine care and equestrian education using the horse as the primary teaching tool through hands-on educational programming, exhibitions, competitions, boarding and training, recreation, entertainment and therapy for all ages.  

Horses stabled on the 100 acre New Hampshire based equine complex are cared for by a team of dedicated equine professionals and receive unsurpassed veterinary and farrier care rounding out their outstanding day-to-day care. Educational opportunities to equine enthusiasts are made available throughout the year in the form of seminars, internships, coursework and therapeutic programming.

Additionally, the complex and its horses are used to support the New Hampshire Equestrian Academy. The NHEA is a public school providing students with balanced coursework in traditional college preparatory academics and a unique vocational program in equine studies.

In an effort for the Equine Care & Development to continue its beneficial work, we require your support.

Sponsorships are our most important source of funding. Your Sponsorship will give you and/or your company exposure to an exceptional audience ranging from local New England to coast-to-coast horse enthusiasts, owners and equine professionals. As a Sponsor, you will be in the company of leading businesses, cultural and non-for-profit organizations. You will be showcased as a proud Sponsor, reaching the most affluent, well-educated and influential citizens. All donations are 100% tax deductible.

We ask that you show your enthusiastic support and join us in helping a horse today. Your generous donation will be utilized to allow the Equine Care & Development Fund to continue with its beneficial work. Companies wishing to make product donations are welcome.

Showing your support and becoming a sponsor has never been easier!

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Rochester, NH 03867                                                                                                   www.MyhreEquine.com