Coming Events

We have a number of exciting events in the months ahead! Find out what is coming up.

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Our Residents

They come from various backgrounds, but each horse has a unique — and interesting — story to tell.

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Your gifts, you can help!

Your help allows us to give our horses the appropriate quality of life they deserve in their retirement years.

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RUN FOR THE HORSES!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Run poster for web

Please join us for our next fundraising event which is a 5KRun and 1 mile walk being held at the farm on Saturday morning, April 19, 2014. Click on the picture at left for the details and, to  register, go to www.runtheday.com

Last year was a great success and this year should be even better.  All proceeds from the event go towards the care of our 75 retired and rescued horses. This is a 5K across country run through the beautiful acres of Ryerss Farm and a 1 mile fun walk for those who do not want to do the entire 5K run. Everyone is welcome.  Don’t miss the chance to see the horses watch the people run!

Click here to download an application for the Ryerss Run: RyerssRunFlyer2 

 

 

Click here to read about how you can become a sponsor of this event: RyerssRunsponsorships

 

 

 

Our mission at Ryerss Wild Fire Arrival lighteris the “care and shelter” of aged and abused equines.  Recently we were able to provide a new home and new life for an aged Appaloosa who was part of a research study at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center.  This is a heart warming story of people and organizations all coming together for the good of a horse who needed help. Please click here to read the entire story of Wildfire and how he came to live at Ryerss Farm: Wildfire Article

 

Wildfire, like all the horses who reside at Ryerss, needs sponsors to help with the costs of ongoing care.  If you would like to join our “Sponsor a Horse” program please click here to read about how you can help a Ryerss horse for less than one dollar a day!   It is a wonderful way to make a real difference to our equine residents!