DonateNowJust $20 will feed a rescued horse for one week!

Our mission is to provide a sanctuary for saving lives. By rescuing wild mustangs and domestic horses, we provide sanctuary from being abused, abandoned, neglected and ultimately sent to slaughter and instead focus on gentling and adoption. Using equine assisted therapy we provide Veterans an effective treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS). After service, thousands are left with traumatic injuries that deeply damage their minds, bodies and spirits causing anxiety and depression. Many even lose their will to live. Lifesavers knows that rescued wild horses and wounded warriors can heal each other – we have living proof! Your ongoing support helps us continue our lifesaving mission and programs.  Please enjoy our website.  Thank you.

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A total of 8 horses have just been released on our newest addition to Wild Horse Canyon to join 200 other lucky horses who call this place their final destination…their forever home.

Please help us give other Lifesavers rescued horses their earned and well deserved freedom too.  Wild Horse Canyon is a natural habitat for unadoptable wild and domestic horses located in Caliente, California. 

Learn more about Wild Horse Canyon…


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American veterans diagnosed with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Anxiety, Depression and Suicidal Ideation, find healing while gentling wild horses, and in turn, the horses gentle the veterans  It’s a win-win for both horses and heroes. 


Learn more and how you can help!

Read Lois Henry’s article in the November 2, 2014  Bakersfield Californian about our Wild Horse Warriors Journey program.

empty hay barnPlease help us fill our hay barn.  Hay is expected to skyrocket in price and may even become hard to get because of the California drought.  We can still get hay now if we can raise the money to purchase it – your donation of any amount will go toward feeding 500 rescued horses.



Gone Wild  Dave PistoneWe are so sorry to announce the passing of our Wild Horse Canyon Sanctuary Manager, Dave Pistone, on Feb 15th, 2015. Dave helped create and build the 750 acre home for unadoptable mustangs and supervised the daily operations of the ranch for the last 11 years. His presence will be greatly missed. And our hearts go out to everyone who loved him.



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