We are excited to report that sanctuaries and their affiliate programs are using horses to bring huge impact to the lives of Americans in need. Witness the incredible bond humans and horses share in these three incredible videos that delve into the horses’ work with veterans, inmates, and young adults with autism.
Here you’ll find stories that didn’t make it into the final film but are additional testament to the impact wild horses have on American lives. At Lifesaver’s Wild Horse Warriors Journey, war veterans suffering from PTSD learn to gentle wild horses as a way of healing. More info: www.wildhorsewarriors.org
The National Ability Center is a unique facility that offers three different forms of equine assisted activities or therapy: Therapeutic riding, Hippotherapy, and Equine Facilitated Learning–including three mustangs who work primarily with young adults with autism. Meet one of these young adults in this video. The NAC is a unique and compelling example of the […]
They say that the outside of a horse is good for the inside of man. Our first short video is about the Wild Horse & Inmate Program, in Cañon City, Colorado, where horses and inmates learn from each other. Inmates learn how to gentle wild horses and in return saddle train mustangs in a 90-day […]