Contact Us
Jeannine (209) 614-2338
Lora (209) 605-8302
fax# (209) 527-6886

Oakdale Equine Rescue

March 2019

525 Horses Rescued since 2011

17 horses currently in OER  

Help Us Continue Our Mission

We are a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization

Help us help them. Not everyone can adopt a horse, but everyone can help. You can donate. Donations come in many forms. Below are some of the items that are needed.

Hay (Alfalfa and Oat)                               


Stall Mats                                                         


Weight Building Supplements            ******And cash donations are always welcome and needed.


Fly Masks

Experienced Horse Trainers

Horse Trailers



Lead Ropes

Halters - all sizes

Water Troughs

Garage Sale items are always accepted. When we have enough items we schedule a sale.

We are always looking for tack items to use or sell for funds. If the item is still usable (not broken and unrepairable) we can find a use for it.

Items like old saddles, bridles, saddle pads, and more can be used to make a rescue equine's life better.

Donations can be made with Pay Pal by clicking the button above. You can also pay by check, made out to Oakdale Equine Rescue, and mailed to:

Oakdale Equine Rescue

P.O. Box 1980

Oakdale, CA 95361

We Have OER First Aid Kits.

For a Donation of $50 each you receive:

  • Epsom Salts
  • Elastic Wrap
  • Digital Thermometer
  • Weight Tape
  • Scissors
  • Diaper Rash Ointment
  • Povidone-Iodine Scrub
  • Rubber Gloves
  • Stretch Bandage
  • Gauze Sponges
  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • Large Gauze Roll
  • Flyer From OE
  • Clear Plastic container

Raising funds to rescue horses is so important. With your support, we will continue providing the best care to all the horses in Oakdale Equine Rescue's care.

Where your donations go:

  • An average horse will consume one bale to a bale and a half of hay a week. Each bale averages $13 - $20
  • Veterinarian physical examinations will cost $80- $85 each.
  • Routine dental care is essential to a horse's health. They will be more comfortable, will utilize feed more efficiently and may live longer. This service costs $165- $200 every two years.
  • Basic hoof trim or Farrier is recommended every six to eight weeks at a cost of $50 -$60.
  • Vaccinations are done in the Spring and Fall. Each Vaccination is $25- $65 and multiple vaccines are needed.
  • Wormers are given by a Veterinarian every 6 to 8 weeks at a cost of $30- $45

Now that you know some of our costs, can you help? You can make a donation, set of a monthly donation with pay pal, or sponsora horse.

On this page we have listed some of our ongoing fundraisers. Keep Checking, we will continue to add fundraisers as more ways to raise funds come available.

Thank you for your support!