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AZ Gives Day is April 2, 2019!

"For it is in giving that we receive."

 ~Francis of Assisi

***Arizona Gives Day is 12 Days Away***

Why donate to Equine Voices during Arizona Gives Day on Tuesday, April 2nd? We consider this one of our biggest fundraising events of the year. Your gift allows us the opportunity to win additional grant money from the nearly $200,000 prize pool, in addition to winning cash prizes through random drawings throughout the 24-hour period.  Will you help us vie for the chance to win prize money?  Won’t you help us provide food, shelter, vet care and farrier services for the formerly neglected, abused and abandoned horses in our care? 

You do NOT have to be an Arizona resident and can donate via any internet connection from anywhere in the world! Visit on April 2nd to make your donation, or you can schedule a donation in advance.  Please help us create a better world for these beautiful creatures!  

Individuals who donate $100 or more will receive our newly crafted Equine Voices' solid pewter, adjustable bracelet! One side features Gulliver, our mascot and the other side displays our adage, "A Place of Healing." While supplies last!

Go to or to make your donation on April 2nd!

Sponsor Shiloh, A Devil's Garden Mustang

Meet Shiloh, one of our rescued Devil's Garden mustangs.  The name Shiloh is a Biblical place, mentioned in Genesis 49:10, meaning "peace." When she arrived, Shiloh was the skinniest mustang, ribs clearly evident beneath her thick winter coat.  But as you can see now, she has gained weight and is thriving! Shiloh resides in a peaceful, healing environment at Equine Voices, living her best life possible. 


Would you consider sponsoring Shiloh? At just $50 a month, it is a great way to help us meet her needs!

To learn how you can sponsor Shiloh or any other equine or burro, please visit our website at or call us at 520.398.2814 to find out how to become a sponsor!

Feds to Round Up America’s Most Iconic Wild Horse Herd: Say No!

From the American Wild Horse Campaign Website

The Onaqui wild horses near Salt Lake City, Utah, are among the most famous and widely-photographed wild horses in the world. These horses have been protected for 48 years, but now the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is planning a brutal roundup and removal of nearly 80% of these horses. Our nation would lose a priceless natural wonder, and these horses would lose their freedom and family bands forever.

We have to stop this!

~Utah would lose an important ecotourism resource. 

~Several of these horses have become so well-known, they've been given names - like the beloved “Old Man”, a 28-year-old stallion enjoying his elder years with the herd.

~The roundups are devastating and cruel -- using helicopters to run horses and sometimes even foals (babies) for miles until they're exhausted. Many break limbs, crash into fences, and die of exhaustion.

~Taxpayers shouldn't spend millions on this unnecessary abuse. Proven, humane, and cost-effective management solutions already exist. In fact, the American Wild Horse Campaign has offered to work with the BLM to create and fund a proven fertility control program.

~Tell the BLM to stop the roundup and removal of the Onaqui horses. We want them protected and preserved on our public lands now and for generations to come.

Please visit to sign the petition and make your voice heard!

The Jim Click Millions for Tucson Raffle is Back!

The Jim Click Millions for Tucson Raffle 2019 Edition began on February 14, 2019.  Local non-profit charities from the Greater Tucson area that are designated as a 501(c) 3 such as Equine Voices participate in the raffle and keep 100% of the funds we raise!  This year, the featured Grand Prize is a brand NEW 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit! Second prize is two first-class, round-trip airline tickets to anywhere in the world (some restrictions apply). Third prize is $5,000 in cash! Since 2003, Jim Click, Jr. has held nine raffles for charities in the Greater Tucson area, has donated a vehicle as the raffle prize and helped raise nearly seven million dollars.  
At the kickoff at Reid Park Zoo on February 13th, Equine Voices was one of several charities than won $500 in a drawing! What a great way to start the raffle! Let's keep the momentum going...
To purchase your raffle tickets, please call the office at 520.398.2814.  
Ticket prices are $25 each OR $100 for 5 tickets!

Volunteer Spotlight

Every week Equine Voices will feature our invaluable volunteers! It could be a picture, a poem, a story or a biography...whatever you choose to submit will be great! So please, keep submitting material to and keep a lookout for you, our incredible volunteers! 

Here’s some fun little facts for women who love horses! 😊 

Thank you volunteer, Janelle McCormick!

12 astonishing facts about horses

1.  Horses have a weird side.  Horses have been around for around 50 million years, and in that time they've had a chance to develop some really interesting quirks and features to their anatomy.

2.  The eyes have it.  Horses have some of the largest eyes of any land mammal (the moose takes the trophy), with a diameter of about 2 inches.

3.  Horses can't vomit.  It is physically impossible for horses to throw up.

4.  The horse's closest relative is the rhino.  There is only one surviving branch of the horse family, and that is Equus.

5.  Arabian horses aren't built like the others.  This breed is famous for its grace, speed and endurance.

6.  Ponies, miniature horses are only sort of the same.  Horse, pony... miniature horse? What's the difference?

7.  Teeth tell the truth.  There's a lot of crazy stuff to know about horse teeth.

8.  The only real wild horses left aren't mustangs.  There are quite a few horses around the world that are called wild.

9.  Many-muscled ears help horses hear.  A horse can shift its ear to facing forward to facing backward, and that kind of movement requires a lot of muscles.

10.  That horse isn't laughing.  When a horse curls his upper lip and raises his head in the air, many people think this is little more than a funny expression.

11.  This breed of horse has a metallic coat.  The Akhal-Teke horse is particularly famous for its coat.

12.  Horses are smarter than we realize.  Many people that think horses are not the brightest crayon in the box, that they are simple-minded animals without much in the way of intelligence.

Go to for the full article about these amazing animals!

Gulliver & Friends Needs Donations

If you have any items you would like to donate, please contact us!

Winter hours of operation at Gulliver & Friends Resale Boutique are Tuesday through Sunday, 10am to 4pm.

All proceeds benefit the horses at Equine Voices!

Shop Amazon & Save Horses!
By shopping online at Amazon through our affiliate link, up to 10 percent of your purchases will go to the horses of Equine Voices. It's simple, quick and convenient. Click Here and find the Amazon Icon on the top of the homepage, then get shopping!

Gulliver Fan Club
If you love Gulliver and would like to support the horses at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary, please join "Gulliver's Fan Club". For only $10/month, you can be part of helping Gulliver spread the word about the plight of the foals bred for the PMU industry.
Join The Gulliver Fan Club!

Sponsor a Horse!

Sponsor a horse and receive a beautifully framed picture of the horse you've chosen and their story. For an annual sponsorship you will also receive a beautiful Cowboys Collectible horse hair key chain. Colors and styles may vary based on availability.
Click Here to Sponsor!

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