Our proactive programs include  :
  • Rehabilitation, training and re-homing for horses in need
  • Low cost clinics and outreach to prevent overpopulation, neglect
    and suffering
  • Education for horse owners and public agencies
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Why is a program like BITS needed?

*80% of first time horse owners get rid of their horse within 5 years.

*In just nine years (1997-05), The equine population in the United States has
expanded 33% from 6.9 million to 9.2 million horses,  while
the number of horse owners has risen from 1.9 million to 2.0 million, a
modest increase of only about 5%.

*Most neglect and abuse cases can be resolved through owner education.
Educational programs using existing resources should be developed and accessible
to all facets of society."— USDA
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Deb Steward  President and Director of Oroville  barn
530 961-2487

Sarah Garrison -Vice President nd Director of Cottonwood barn
530 347-9127

Valerie Meyers - Secretary and Director of Marysville Barn
916 847-2053
Donations are tax deductible - EIN 27 0648738
We exist to make a difference in the lives of horse
owners and horses. Our purpose is to stimulate
interest in horse related activities and provide help
to horses and owners in need. We believe that
through our efforts we will strengthen the horse
community, provide relief for horses in need and
help revive the horse economy.
We at the BITS Project pledge to be a charity you
can feel proud to support!