Kimmy was a mustang mare rescued from a livestock auction and then taken in by a mustang trainer in California to be adopted out. She was worked with for months before the trainer contacted us and asked us to take her. Kimmy is a shy, wild and nervous horse who prefers not to be close to humans. This is the kind of mustang that needs sanctuary more than others. We take a lot of trainer relinquishments who are deemed un-adoptable and really need to just be given back their space and freedom.

We haven’t touched Kimmy since she arrived with us but have watched as she has blossomed into the beautiful mare you see above. Humans tried to tame her but she just kept saying louder and louder that she didn’t want to be gentled and demanded to stay wild. And we are glad to have given her that precious gift.


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......