Bucking off 2020, galloping into 2021

Bucking Off 2020, Riding Into 2021 (a horse kicking 2020, a person riding a horse towards 2021)

Dear Friends,  Oklahoma has the 3rd-highest population of horses in the nation, yet our state does not have enough resources for horses when they fall in need. Nexus Equine was founded in 2016 to provide much-needed support for horses in transition, and to rethink horse welfare in the state of Oklahoma.  In 4 short years, Nexus Equine … Read more

#GivingTuesday at Nexus Equine

Giving Tuesday (December 1st) is almost here, and this year our goal is to raise enough funds to provide care for 25 horses this December! You can help us provide hay, grain, and care for a horse for… $6.50 will help us feed a horse for one day $45.50 will help us feed a horse … Read more

2019: Year in Review

The new decade is here already, so we invite you to take a look back with us at how far Nexus has come in our first few years of operation. 2019 was yet another momentous year for Nexus Equine, and our capacity to support Oklahoma horses continues to expand―from double-digit percentage increases in adoptions and … Read more

2018: Year in Review

As 2018 comes to a close, the Nexus Board of Directors and management team are reflecting on the incredible growth Nexus Equine has experienced in our first two years of work. This has been such an exciting year—from nearly doubling our adoptions, helping almost 50 families with much-needed veterinary care and sending 34 horses to … Read more

Operation Lily (Part 2)

As you know we saved Lily from the beginning of her end in October. She found herself at an Amish owned and run auction house in Pennsylvania that several well known kill buyers were present selling and purchasing horses. We know Lily was in the hands of a kill buyer and/or broker program. We are … Read more

Operation Lily

Born during the 1999 tornadoes that devastated central Oklahoma, Lily came into this world with a bang and still has that special presence about her. Lily’s life took a different turn when, due to family circumstances, she had to be sold in 2014. Through continued communication, Nexus Equine learned that Lily now lived in Pennsylvania. … Read more