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, but our horses often require extensive medical care throughout the first year following their rescue, and thus – they incur a cost of almost $3,000 per year.
A sponsorship of one of our mustangs also makes the perfect gift. This is truly a gift that gives more because it is not only a gift from you to that special someone – but also a gift to one of our mustangs in need. All sponsorships will receive a personalized gift certificate. After you make your sponsorship we will contact you for the details, so make sure you fill in your email correctly!
Absolutely! If you sponsor a mustang, you are welcome to come out and spend time with your mustang weekly or monthly, or whatever fits you. You will also receive a monthly update on how your mustang is doing!
Tatanka is a beautiful buckskin mustang from Sweet Water, Wyoming. He is one of our riding residents.
Hope came in to WHRC in 2007 severely starved. She is now just a pasture pet, due to an old injury.
Ford is one of our senior residents, born in 1989. She used to be one of our riding horses, but now she is retired.
Chief is a mustang cross that came in to WHRC in 2018. He is one of our senior citizens. Chief enjoys being brushed by our local volunteers.
Hozo is a stunning mustang from the Black Hills Sanctuary in South Dakota. He is one of our sanctuary horses.
Okie is a retired BLM working horse. He helps us in the gentling of wild mustangs, and is also a great trail horse.
Volunteers are important to our rescue center – providing much needed help and allowing us to properly care for our rescued Mustangs.
As a rescue, we always rely on donations. Any kind of contribution, small or large, helps our animals.
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