Save the Date for Redwings! 

Redwings Horse Sanctuary is excited to announce their 2nd Annual Block Party Fundraising Event, to be held on Sunday, September […more…]

Redwings’ Latest Rescues: Snickers and Humphrey Bogart 

Redwings Horse Sanctuary has two brand new rescue horses, Snickers and Humphrey Bogart!  Snickers, a Shetland pony, was first rescued […more…]

Redwings Horse Sanctuary

Back in 2006, the year before horse slaughter in the U.S. ceased for good, the last three such stateside slaughterhouse […more…]

Introducing Little Bit of Stardust

Little Bit of Stardust, or Little Bit, is technically a miniature horse, although he usually gets called a pony. He […more…]

Share the Love for Redwings

Redwings Horse Sanctuary, a 501(c)3 nonprofit horse rescue in Paso Robles, is having a special event during the month of […more…]

Love and Care Work Miracles at Redwings

William was found by Tulare Animal Services tied on a 30-foot chain in the middle of a field in the […more…]

Where the Rescued Horses Roam Free

In any given week, Sara Ruggerone receives as many as 30 requests to rescue someone’s horses. She’s lucky if she […more…]

Redwings Horse Sanctuary

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redwingshorsesanctuary.org
(805) 237-3751 
Equine Care Manager: Sara Ruggerone

Mission

Our mission is to eliminate the causes of equine suffering through education and community outreach programs, rescue abused and neglected equines, and provide permanent sanctuary or selected foster homes for those equines.

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Marilyn and I have been associated with Redwings Horse Sanctuary for over twenty-one years. We started to support Redwings shortly after it was founded and have served as volunteers, officers, and board members. We have visited the sanctuary to view with compassion the horses who had been rescued from dire situations and rehabilitated and restored to good health.
“We also helped in the relocation of the sanctuary to Paso Robles, California. The wonderful care given to the animals by the staff and volunteers of Redwings has been the driving force in our continuing to support the mission of the organization. I am sure the new facility will enhance the care of the animals and we wish Redwings continued success.
Marilyn and Jack Clifton

Paso Here We Are

Prior to moving to its new spread in 2021, Redwings Horse Sanctuary led a capital campaign called “Paso Here We Come” to pay for its new permanent facility. Even though Redwings has arrived in Paso Robles, the fundraising campaign continues with a target of $1 million. “Now that we’ve completed the move, we expect to have additional volunteers and to be able to offer more guided tours and educational outreach to the public. With our new proximity to the San Luis Obispo County community, we anticipate more interest in Redwings, which hopefully turns into more fundraising support,” says Linelle Soxman, a board director.

Key Supporters

Marilyn and Jack Clifton
Catholic Community Foundation
Community Foundation for Monterey
Evelyn Gaul
The Mary Jo and Hank Greenberg
Animal Welfare Foundation
Harden Foundation
Diana Tiernan Hunter
Sharon Johnston
Kinnoull Foundation
Belina Lee Lazzar
Maureen Marshott
Joan and Terry McHenry
Kristan Otto
Rosamund Reece
Juanita Reid Trust
Dr. Yvonne Robinson and Don Buss
Patricia Theis
Jan Vanderbilt
Ward Family
California Retirement Management Account
and Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
With special thanks to all the Redwings volunteers
who give their time so generously to the horses