Sponsor a Horse
There is a bank account for donations set up at Beehive Federal Credit Union in Rexburg Idaho. BGB Horse Service and Rescue. Contact Linda Forsgren at 656-1000 to confirm the account info.
You can also mail donations to:
BGB Horse Rescue
2079 West 4950 South
Rexburg Idaho, 83440
A wonderful 6 year old, was rescued from slaughter. Has weight issues but the sweetest personality in the world. Will stay her for life so her weight issue can be monitored. Will have a full recovery.
Our resident 'Bad Boy'. He was born here after his mother was brought here. His mother died shortly after his birth. He likes a lot of treats. He is got a lot of work to do here, but really takes to the elderly who visit. He will be here for a long time.
Ginger is our resident "Princess". She came from Bonneville County. She was found by a wonderful neighbor. She had fallen into what appeared to be an abandoned well and was left by her owners to die for several days. They pulled her out , gave her immediate care, then brought her to us. She is doing really well and has healed wonderfully. She will always have issues with her hoof, so will be a lifetimer with us. But the kids who tour love her.
Zoe came to us from Wyoming. When her family could no longer care for her or work with her, she came to us. She has some diet issues that need to be watched and taken care of on a regular basis. She loves to work with the elderly who visit.
Our little boy was abandoned in Utah with Olympus. He is wonderful with the handicap children who come to BGB. His diet has to be monitored closely.
6 year old rescued from slaughter. She will be here for life due to some issues, but will be up to par very soon. Needed her teeth floated and has recieved what she needs to live a great life. Her individual issues with weight require daily care, but will live a great life with all of her needs met here.
Probably here with us for life, was left to founder along with her mother. Sadly, her mom did not make it, but she is doing great. Still has healing to go, but such a sweetheart. About 17 years old, she is a quarter /Morgan cross.
Melody has been with us for about a year. She is 21. Her owner loved her, but lost the place to keep her and tried to keep her in her front yard but that can't happen in the city. So, she called us to take her, and checks on her quite often. She loves children and loves working with the handicap and the elderly.
Our big boy came from Utah. His owners moved away and left he and "Bitzy" on the property. When they never returned to pick them up after a long extended period, the neighbors rescued them from a round pen, and then brought them to us. He has joint issues in his front legs, and needs to wear braces off and on and have meds for them. He is a wonderful boy and works with both kids and adults who visit.
Gus Was brought to us from Idaho Falls. He was found by a couple who were out for a Sunday drive, and caught people attempting to cut his throat. Being that he was barely weaned, they put him in the back of the car and took him home. You can't keep a horse in your yard in the city, so here he is. He has a hard time still with people, but he is on his way and doing much better.