Thank you for visiting our Horse Hero Sponsorship page. Becoming a Horse Hero is quite simple and benefits both you or your business and East West Equestrian Arts’ rare and endangered Malabar Arabian Horses.
All sponsorships are valid for a one-year period and may be renewed annually. Sponsored horses may have multiple donors and no ownership rights are conferred by sponsoring a horse. All sponsored horses remain in the care and custody of East West Equestrian Arts or Barakah Heritage Farm, but we hope you will visit often! Sponsoring a horse is also a great project for a classroom or school group!
Simply click the arrow to select your program level and horse in our store. Once we have received your payment(s) and necessary information, your promotional materials will be placed on our various social media platforms and your rewards will be sent.
Businesses, please note: If you are a business Horse Hero, you may be able to claim the sponsorship as an advertising expense. Please check with your accountant to confirm.
Do you have a horse lover in your family? Gift the gift of being a Horse Hero! Recipient receives computer wallpaper, a frame-able certificate and more, depending on the gift level. Click here to purchase.
These are the horses of Barakah Heritage Farm and East West Equestrian Arts.
Please click each horse’s name to read their unique stories.
HORSE HERO SPONSORSHIP LEVELS
Benefits are subject to change/substitution
*Farmstay details here Please call or email before booking your stay.
The Horse Heroes of Barakah Farm & East West Equestrian Arts
Gardenography By Kris is the official photographer of East West Equestrian Arts.
Kris has chosen to sponsor all of the horses equally with her work.
Elite since 2017
Author, Activist and Border Issues Consultant David Danelo and daughters Rumita and Suvali. David Danelo teaches and conducts field research, consults on international border management, investigates geopolitical risk, and writes about intersections between policy, security and culture. A senior fellow with the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, David graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1998 and was a Marine Corps infantry officer for seven years, serving near Fallujah as a convoy commander, intelligence officer and provisional executive officer. He was the Executive Director, Policy and Planning, US Customs and Border Protection under former President Barack Obama. David’s books, BLOOD STRIPES and THE BORDER, are both assigned to professional reading lists. His third book, THE RETURN, is required reading for several veteran advocacy groups. His latest book, THE FIELD RESEARCHER’S HANDBOOK, is a guide about traveling for fieldwork.
David, Rumita and Suvali have formed close relationships with the entire herd, especially Salty, Sugar and Lucky.
Elite since 2017