Horse Sponsorship Program
Support Future Veterinarians Through Sponsorship
A yearly gift of $2,500 can cover the cost of food, shelter, and veterinary care for one of our horses and ensure a healthy and comfortable life—while supporting hands-on learning opportunities for our students.
Why Partner With Us?
Teaching herds are vital for educating and helping our students build their clinical knowledge, mindful handling skills, and safe restraint while exploring and engaging topics in their curriculum. In addition, regular interaction with our horses teaches our future veterinarians to observe, monitor, and provide excellent care for every stage of life. Your support will help provide food, shelter, and veterinary care for our valued animals and cultivate a new generation of rural and nonrural veterinarians with the necessary tools and confidence to support and partner with clients.
Use the link below to inquire about supporting our teaching herd through horse sponsorship. Please include your contact information to ensure we can follow up and connect you with our beautiful animals.
About Our Teaching Herds
The University of Arizona Campus Agricultural Center is home to the College of Veterinary Medicine’s teaching herd of horses, cattle, sheep, and even a friendly donkey named Churro, making our comprehensive veterinary education possible for our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students.