Where are you located?

Our barn is located 10 minutes west of downtown Salt Lake City.  In order to keep our horses safe and to maintain a peaceful environment, we do not adverstise our address.  We do welcome visitors by appointment, so please contact us if you would like to arrange a visit.

What if I see a horse in need?

If you see a horse (or any animal) experiencing abuse or neglect, please contact the Humane Society of Utah immediately.  They can be reached 24 hours a day at 801-261-2919 ext. 210 (Humane Society of Utah)

Do you offer horse back riding?

Noble Horse Sanctuary is not a riding facility.  The horses that come to Noble often times have permanent injuries or are not stable enough to ride.  Instead, we focus our efforts on rehabilitation, grooming, and exercising the horses by handwalking.


'Rescued Horses in Utah Need Your Help'

First Published Mar 5, 2014:


"Noble Horse Sanctuary’s Catherine Kirby is very down to earth and friendly, so much so that her title of executive director seems pretentious. Kirby and one employee, Tracey Bagley, take care of 10 horses at the sanctuary currently with the help of 14 volunteers." Continue Reading


‘Love UT Give UT’ aims to spur 24 hours of giving

First Published Mar 19 2013 09:17 am


"Let the giving begin.  From 12:01 AM to 11:59 PM on Friday, you’re invited to log on to www.loveutgiveut.org, search through hundreds of charitable causes and — hopefully — open your wallet."  Continue reading.


KSL News Today: Love Utah Give Utah helps local nonprofits

March 18, 2013 - "Last year, the Park City Foundation raised five hundred ninety five thousand six hundred forty two dollars back on November 16th in their second annual day of giving to nonprofits in Summit County.


Because of Park City's success now Utah is doing a day of giving - this Friday Love Utah Give Utah is your opportunity to give to the nonprofit, university or school of your choice. Love Utah Give Utah is the opportunity for Utahans to give what you can to our nonprofits."


By Jenn Hardman


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KSL High 5: Woman provides safe home for unwanted horses


August 10, 2012 - Noble Horse Sanctuary and Catherine Kirby were featured on KSL as the most recent recipients of the KSL High Five Award.  The High Five Award "celebrates people all over Utah that are doing the right thing."




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Thank you KSL and Les Schwab!