Thank you very much to Donte’s Den Foundation for featuring WHRC in an episode of Animal Outtakes and to Lisa Moody for filming and for her continued support!
WHRC hosted a Wes Maillard CranioSacral Healing Seminar Feb 8-10 as a fundraiser for the center. We love having Wes visit our center and we learn so much from his seminars.
In this seminar Wes taught us how to feel the cranio rhythm in humans and horses and how to use that rhythm to bring relief of pain, both physical and emotional, to horses. We also worked on fellow participants and learned Thai Chi exercises, as well as QiGong breathing techniques. Below are a few pictures from the seminar.
Rango has been adopted by Ashly. Congratulations Ashly.
Over 40 children from “The Kids Place” visited WHRC this month. We loved meeting them and enjoyed teaching about America’s wild Mustangs. Thank you Vicki, it was wonderful and we look forward to seeing you all again. Come visit anytime.
Starr, the little Dunn filly rescued from Hidden Creek Animal Rescue, has been adopted by Monica. Congratulations Monica!
Bob and his daughter Becky are fostering two of our Mustang filly’s, Little Annie and Fate. Thank you for your kindness and love for these youngsters.
Dobbin and Jack have been adopted.
The four Mustangs rescued from Hidden Creek Farms Animal Rescue are gaining weight and doing great. Dr. Seilor came to WHRC and gave them vaccinations and coggins, we had their feet trimmed and the males were gelded and had wolf teeth removed. All doing very well, a wonderful group of Mustangs. We love them.
Ginger, a three year old saddle trained Mustang mare has been adopted by Toni. We wish them both many years of happy trail riding. Congratulations Toni and thank you for giving this beautifl mare a new loving home.
WHRC received an anonymous tip that several young Mustangs adopted by Pam Moser of Hidden Creek Farms Animal Rescue were in bad shape. We called Ms. Moser and drove to Polk Country to see them. They were in terrible condition. We knew she had other BLM Mustangs and she gave us the blue roan but said the other Mustang was dead. We called the Polk County Sheriff’s Dept. to file a cruelty/abuse claim. Deputies arrived as well as Mr. Keen with the Ag Dept. Keen told us Moser has been under investigation since April. All four Mustangs are now at WHRC and doing well.
Thank you Willow Wisp Acres! It was a pleasure meeting everyone as we talked about America’s Mustangs, toured the facilities and met rescued Mustangs. Thank you all so very much for your donation, plus halters, medical supplies, etc. What a wonderful group of young people, we look forward to seeing you again.