February Newsletter

On February 16th we hosted an Valentines Day Open House at our center. We opened our center for the public to coma and visit and we had a great turn out. Many people came and visited, and our animals got loved on and appreciated. We has different stations displayed where the public could learn about what we do, but also demonstrations on how to work with a wild horse. We had a great day and we hope our visitors had the same. If you missed this open house, we are planning to have another one soon again!

Upcoming Events
Animal Communication and Energy Healing Clinic

On March 1st and 2nd we are hosting an Animal Communication and Energy Healing Clinic at our center with Bed Brosnan. We are very excited to host this clinic and think it will be a great weekend!

Tack Sale

On March 9th we will attend the tack sell at Horstmeyer's in Sanford, Fl from 9am to 1pm. We will bring alot of tack to sell, so come by and see us and check out what we are selling!

New Member: Beauty

Beauty came to WHRC due to owner surrender. She is a 11 years old and is a little miniature horse. She is a super sweet little girl and her best friend is Little Black. She is the backup for Little Black at our events for Wild Horse Tales. Beauty is a tiny little girl, but with a big personality, she is a very determined little girl. We are happy to have Beauty join us!

Meet one of our Residents:

Kia came to the center in 2016 due to her owner suddenly passed away. She was then 18 years old. She was anxious, tense and hard to catch. WHRC worked on riding her and she turned out to be a nice riding horse although she was a little bit tight. She was previously Pirelli trained. Kia is now a riding horse for more experience riders at the center.   

If you are interested in adopting Kia, contact Diane Delano for more information or to book an appointment.

Learn More About Kia
How to Help
Wild Horse Rescue Center is a nonprofit 100% dependent on donations from the public. We rely on your help to provide our rescued mustangs with the best care possible. It costs about $1,700 to care for a horse without medical problems for a year, our horses often require extensive medical care throughout the first year following their rescue, and thus – they inquire a cost of almost $3,000 per year. You can also sponor one of our horses for $150 per month, or donate items from our wish list.

As a rescue, we always rely on donations. Any kind of tribute, small or big, helps our animals.
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Wild Horse Rescue Center
1200 Lake Harney Woods Blvd
Mims, Fl 32754
501c(3) organization
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