PMU stands for Pregnant Mare Urine. It is a key ingredient in a medication called Premarin. When we first heard about this process and the abuse that PMU mares have to endure, we were completely shocked that this can occur in this day and age. Well not only does it occur but it is still growing. The conditions that these mares have to endure are heart breaking. More...
Join the Cause today and help abandoned and abused horses!
Donating comes in many different shapes and sizes. From the smallest donation to the largest donations – everything is needed! Donate below on the yellow button for PAYPAL and to use any Visa, Amex, MC or INTERNATIONAL Donations(without a PayPal account) please use the Grey button! THANK YOU!
$250 will provide basic care and food for 1 month for 1 horse
$480 will provide grain and senior feed to the elderly residents
We are seeking any donation Large or Small to purchase alfalfa and oat hay; both prices have doubled in the past year and don't show any signs of going down. Our WEEKLY alfalfa bill is $1210 Villa Chardonnay is raising funds to save these beautiful beings from the atrocities of the slaughterhouses and abandonment.
100% OF ALL FUNDS RAISED GO DIRECTLY TO THE HORSES AND THEIR CARE. THERE ARE 0% ADMINISTRATIVE FEES FOR VILLA CHARDONNAY!
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YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR LIVES- DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN!
This is Chameleon who was abandoned in Perris California. He was left on his own and arrived injured and underweight. He is doing much better and has gained about 150 lbs. so far! Please donate for his continued improvement.
Horse Killers- Help save these beautiful creatures from this horrible end! With your help we can continue to rescue more!
They call them “horse killers” they are semi trucks filled with horses going over the border to Mexico where you can kill them legally. The horse killers do not have anything in mind but money and getting their rig to Mexico with minimal damage to their truck. Each horse is worth about $800 to them; and they are sold as meat to the primarily Far East.
The torture comes with the travels in the trucks. To keep a horse calm in a cramped truck for days of travel is nearly impossible.
They fall down and get trampled to death
The killer drivers cut their eyes out, which ulitimately calms them down when they can no longer see
If they fall down, they typically break a leg and cannot get up
They do not provide food or water
These trucks drive within a couple miles of Villa Chardonnay each week and we are raising funds to purchase a truck- or as many horses as we can save and bring them to the peace of Villa Chardonnay - Together we can do it!
Save a life today!
Donating comes in many different shapes and sizes. From the smallest donation to the largest donations – everything is needed! Donate using PayPal!