Even if you don't own an Arabian horse you can still help match a Warrior Kid to a Warrior Horse. EVERY dollar raised goes directly to cancer research through the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Your donation (any amount) will be put towards helping a kid battling cancer have an experience of a Warrior Horse. They will get to follow their Warrior Horse as it competes throughout the year at various events and get updates and photos! 



This program only started on May 1, 2017 and was apart of Ryan Melendez's LLS Man of the Year campaign. He is currently in active cancer treatment for Very High Risk ALL and understands what it's like to be in the fight. He wanted to share his own personal experience on how healing horses truly are. Since we have started matching Warrior Horses to their Warrior Kids, the smiles and joy we have seen on Warrior Kids have been remarkable and extremely special!  Our goal is to match kids who live close to a Warrior Horse And are looking for Warrior Kids to be included in this program. 


To see our most recent matches and read testimonials click HERE

Matched Warrior Kids


August 13, 2015 Hazel was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), a rare form of blood cancer that only 500 kids get each year. Sadly she gained her angel wings on April 26, 2016. Click on photo to read more about the warrior match with her big sister. 


On June 27, 2016 Charlie was diagnosed with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Still in active treatment click on her photo for more info about her and her Warrior Horse. 


At the age of 2, Layla was diagnosed with an inoperable tumor on her brainstem. Since her diagnosis, Layla has undergone 13 brain surgeries. Click on the photo to read about the day that she claimed "The best day ever!" 


"Since Ansley's diagnosis, she has really been more or less quarantined to the house. Today was such a great day to put those concerns aside, and just have a total "Ansley day." doing something that I knew she would love... seeing animals and being outside. To be (almost) a normal kid!" Ansley mom. Click on photo to read more! 


For the past 7 years Kimi has been battling stage 4 neuroblastoma. Click on the photo to read more about her day when she got to meet her Warrior Horse and the joy it brought to her and her father. 

Your Warrior Kid can be next!

Click HERE to register your Warrior Kid