Wild Horse Rescue

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We are dedicated to the preservation of the spirit of the west by saving America's wild heritage, the Mustang. At the center, Mustangs rescued from abuse or neglect are rehabilitated and adopted out to qualifying homes. We have recently acquired 501(c) nonprofit status and will be expanding our facilities and training center.
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We also assist the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) as a safe holding center for reassignment cases.
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Since it's inception six years ago, over sixty Mustangs have been rescued, gentled or owner-mentored. We educate the public to the plight of these magnificent creatures by providing workshops, clinics and lectures. Groups, such as the 4H, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts come to learn about the history of Mustangs and observe a horse gentling demonstration. We promote the breed at Bureau of Land Management adoptions, schools, county fairs and wild life festivals.
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We also mentor Mustang owners in the care and gentling of their newly adopted wild horses. WHR is available for special events and clinics. Please contact us for more information.
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Wyomie was the first Mustang to be rescued by WHR. Wyomie is a very special wild horse that was returned back to the wild. She is located at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in Hot Springs, South Dakota.
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To learn more about Wyomie's story please visit her special website at freewyomie.freeservers.com
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For more information please contact:

Diane Delano
4970 International Avenue
Mims, Florida
32754

Tel. 321-427-1523


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