We Ride Sport and Trail Magazine July 2016 - Page 30

Our work never ends, our days are long, some days it’s hard to make ends meet. But through your support, we know that we’ll make it…we really have no choice. We do it all for the animals.

Foundation to find collaborative management solutions for wild horses and burros and to match animals with adopters. We just opened Colorado’s first “storefront” location where selected horses from the BLM’s facility in Cañon City, Colorado, can match with trainers from the Mustang Heritage Foundation’s Trainer Incentive Program.

At the sanctuary, we also offer Mustang and Burro adoptions, day programs, school field trips and tours. Our goal of education and awareness is also now taking a more in depth route…we have just completed our retreat cabins and are excited to announce that we now can offer overnight and extended experiences at the sanctuary! We have been very busy creating programs with varying focuses, such as Natural Horsemanship, yoga and mindfulness, as well as artistic endeavors, and children's summer camps, all drawing from the inspirations and interacting directly with the magnificent creatures that grace the sanctuary pastures. We also have a full time training and adoption program because the key to a successful adoption is training, and one main avenue to managing the horses is through successful adoptions. There will be some that spend the rest of their days at the sanctuary, and we are so proud to offer them a place to live wild in herds just like they did when they were free.

Wild Horse Ranch Photography

Wild Horse Ranch Photography