Wolf Ranch Horse Rescue is a ten-year-old 501 (c) exempt non-profit organization that takes in abandoned or neglected animals so that they can be rehabilitated to be adopted or to become a permanent resident here at the Ranch.  Our first two residents were Tonka and Grandma. 



Mission Statement:

To provide physical, medical, nutritional, emotional, and loving care to any horse in need. All horses deserve to be loved. We look at the horse, not with our eyes, but with our hearts.


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We are located on the west side of Evansville, Indiana, on 40 acres with a 3-acre lake.  Our equine residents enjoy a large barn with 9 stalls, a round pen, and a paddock.  We also have a tack shed and 3 equipment buildings.  We also grow and bale our own hay.


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Board Members

Presidents: Randall Lee Oliver, MD and Sarah Oliver

Secretary: Christie Maverich

Board Members: Karen Sandefur, Madi Sandefur, Carla Hawkins Schleter, Jon McCollum, Connor McCollum, Alexandra Price, Dawn Fields and Stacy Hohman


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Randall Oliver, President




WRHR is associated with and fosters for Heartland Equine Rescue, a group of very caring people located in southern Indiana from Evansville to Louisville, KY.  Heartland Equine Rescue can be found on Facebook and at heartlandequine.webs.com.

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Donk, Fiona, and Jenny. They stand together constantly. Safety in numbers!


Meet Our Permanent Residents!

Meet Our Current Adoptable Horses!


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“Making the world better one horse at a time”