Mission Statement: Lifesavers, Inc. DBA Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue is dedicated to saving wild and domestic horses from abuse, neglect, and slaughter.


Sanctuary. Humanity. Adoption. Rescue. Education.

The spirit of the west is well represented by the presence of wild mustangs and burros that roam our public lands. It is comforting to know that Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue makes it their mission to reinforce the continued existence of these living legends so that our children’s children will also be witness to the true beauty and freedom that these magnificent animals represent.”


Since 1997, Lifesavers, Inc. otherwise known as Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue, a California non-profit corporation, has provided refuge, training, and adoption placement for hundreds of horses. It has become the largest wild horse rescue and adoption organization in the United States. Currently, there are more than 500 rescued horses under the organization’s care. Lifesavers is dedicated to saving American mustangs and domestic horses from abuse, neglect, and slaughter through a variety of outreach programs.

In addition to rescue, adoption, and sanctuary of its horses, Lifesavers offers educational hands-on workshops and clinics under its Happy Horse Academy program.  These workshops and clinics teach natural horsemanship methods and techniques to horse owners and adopters in hopes that a better understanding of horses will prevent their horses from having to be rescued in the future.

Lifesavers cares for hundreds of rescued horses between its California ranch and sanctuaries and the need is ever-increasing. The sad reality is that there is no shortage of abused, abandoned, neglected and slaughter-bound horses in need of aid. Lifesavers strives to help these horses not just by providing refuge and medical care, but by finding new lifetime homes for the horses and fostering lifetime learning, understanding, healing, and advocacy among humans.