We first saw Daisy on a Facebook page where the lady who had her was very frustrated that Daisy was not responding to training and she was sending her back to the BLM. Something about her face, the look in her eye and that lead rope still attached to her halter that she had been dragging around for weeks broke our heart. With the help of another girl we adopted Daisy back out of the pens as the rest of her herd had shipped to long term holding without her. This was a horse that wanted to be wild and thank goodness we let her be that way. She has so much space, many friends and plenty of food. She is a big power house of a Utah mustang and we are honored and privileged to be her guardians.
Daisy before and after, she is such a joy to take care of and spend time around but never comes closer than two or three feet. She does love it when you throw her a treat x
These are just a few of the Mustangs we have brought to the ranch, there are so many more that need a safe environment to live in.
Check back soon and meet other rescued horses and please donate to help us save more mustangs. Over 150,000 American horses are shipped to Mexico and Canada every year and killed in the most inhumane and brutal painful way imaginable - stop the slaughter by lobbying your congressmen to Pass The SAFE ACT......