Hope Holiday 2014

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

Our mission is to save American mustangs and domestic horses from abuse, neglect and slaughter through programs of Sanctuary, Healing, Adoption, Rescue and Education.  Some of our programs include:   Wild Horse Boot Camp (Wild Horse Gentling Instruction), and Wild Horse Warriors Journey (Equine Assisted Therapy for Veterans).  Your ongoing support helps us continue our lifesaving mission and programs.  Please enjoy our website.  Thank you.


donatewaterA Drop of Water, A Sip of Life

Our wild horse sanctuary is running out of water – please help us drill a new well…read more.


Wild Horse Warriors

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

December 18 – 21, 2014

All spaces are full.  Next Journey date: TBA

Location:  Wild Horse Canyon Sanctuary in Caliente, California

Wild Horse Gentling Program for war veterans – no horse experience necessary.  Hands on instruction.

Food and Lodging provided.

Expert horse training clinicians are the gentling instructors and a licensed therapist will help open the hearts of our Warriors.  Fresh and healthy meals will be served in a family dining setting.  Individual and group cabins are available.

Warriors interested in participating in the program please fill out the Application and submit to

DSCN3465While our Warriors find healing gentling wild horses, the horses in turn learn to trust and depend on human partners which prepares them for adoption.  It’s a win-win for both horses and heroes.

Additional information here

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For more than five decades, the U.S.Government has sponsored the Combined Federal Campaign – the world’s largest workplace fundraising drive.  If you are a federal employee – don’t forget to select Lifesavers as your charity to support!  Thank you.


empty hay barn

Please 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.  hayYou can make a donation right now by clicking on this bale of hay.       Thank you!

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