Tim and Mary Myers of Femont, Ohio, generously donated their time and effort (as well as their horses) to help other animals in their area.
The couple harnessed their two giant horses to a sleigh and offered $3 sleigh rides to local residents after a recent snowstorm, according to TheNews-Messenger.com.
After the festive day, the pair of horses had pulled nearly 300 people, and the Myerses decided to gift 50 cents from every ride to the Humane Society of Ottawa County, which is currently caring for more than 30 Arabian horses that were removed from a nearby farm when it was found that their owner had been neglecting them.
"We thought we'd help out," Tim told the news source of their charitable contribution. "They've got vet bills to pay. It's quite an expense."
The couple was moved to make the monetary gift because they have had such a positive experience caring for and bonding with their own horses over the year, according to the news provider.
The Humane Society is a non-profit animal rescue
shelter that cares for dogs and cats, but receives no funding from the U.S. government.