Cryptohorse is essentially about horses and welfare.
One component of Cryptohorse addresses the issue of the welfare of ex-racehorses by providing a comprehensive resource for the owners of such horses to interact and provide a social media platform for them to share their experiences and seek support for problems they may have..
The other component of Cryptohorse is aimed at the growing use of horses to help humans via Equine Assisted Therapy. The same social media platform provides the ability for organisations involved in this sector to promote their activities.
We at Cryptohorse recognise that taking on an ex-racehorse or helping humans using therapy horses is very much a "love job" as the overheads are high and community support is not readily available.
So apart from providing a free platform to our chosen audience we also provide them with a Feed Bin facility whereby funds can be raised via donations to support your horses. In return your donors can use Cryptohorse to see what their funds are supporting which we believe will lead to all the "Cryptohorses" enjoying a better future.
Get Started With Cryptohorse
First you'll need to register on the Cryptohorse page. This will set up your own profile page which you can use as your web site if you wish. You can use your Facebook login to register. Your Facebook profile will be imported.
Then you can add your horses to your profile.
If you have a thoroughbred ex-racehorse you can claim your listing by going to Find My Horse.
If you are involved in equine welfare or use horses for human therapy you can add your horse to the Therapy Horse Directory.
If you are a business or charity interested .in equine welfare you can add your organisation to the Organisation Directory.
Once you have your listings set up you can create a Feed Bin for funding individual horses and/or your organisation. We recommend you do both in order to increase your exposure on Cryptohorse and hence your fund raising ability.
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