Sponsorship Stars

***During this uncertain time, we are currently unavailable to process our sponsor star packs due to the closure of our main office. All of our resources are being directed to supporting the 361 horses, ponies and donkeys on site and the 534 in foster homes****

Thank you for your continued support, if you would like to make a donation during this time please click on our donation button. Stay safe and keep well

Sponsor a horse, pony or donkey

Sponsor one of our beautiful horses, ponies or donkeys today and hear about how you are helping to support their ongoing journey at Bransby Horses.

For less than a £1 a week, you will get to follow the development of your sponsor star and hear about their ongoing care and education. Each of them are very unique and our teams will share with you the daily routine and mischief that they get up to. This is an amazing way to support the daily funding that we require to look after each and every one of the 361 equines we have at our Lincolnshire site.

When you sponsor a horse, pony or donkey you’ll receive:

  • Regular updates via mail and email – following your special sponsor star’s journey
  • A beautiful glossy photo of your horse, pony or donkey with key information about their character and their specific needs
  • An exclusive gift
  • VIP invites to events onsite to meet your sponsor star, the team that look after them and hear about life at Bransby Horses

You can purchase a sponsor star for yourself or as a gift

Why we need your support

  • It costs £30 a day to take care of one horse, pony or donkey in our care. This is before any additional medical needs they may require
  • It costs £150 for two large bales of hay – this will feed a herd (a group) of 8 horses for three days
  • We rely entirely on the generosity of our supporters like you
  • In 2019, we had 142 intakes, 97 of these were rescues
  • Every equine begins at our Animal Reception Centre (ARC) this costs on average £3,000 to complete various tests before moving on to their next phase of their journey