PO Box 20052
Reno NV 89515
Last Updated 2016-04-04
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Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation): Horse Welfare
Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.
Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
To protect, preserve, and rescue the historic Virginia Range wild horses in Reno, Nevada, by creating a safe and healthy environment where they can flourish and be embraced by an appreciative public for generations to come.
Horse GentlingMinimum Age: 18The horses in our care were once wild on the range, and rescued at auction after being rounded up. We have many in various stages of gentling before adoption. Volunteers who wish to help with this rewarding work, do so in pairs, which includes slow trust building, giving the horse the right choice to make, without force.
Special EventsMinimum Age: 18We hold many events through the year and always need help with planning fundraisers and campaigns, public awareness, raffle/auction donation collection, finding event sponsors, photography, videography, running information booths, etc.
On The Range FencingMinimum Age: 18Keeping wild horses safe on the Virginia Range is a main focus. Fence repair and building is an ongoing need.
Horse Equipment & SuppliesWheelbarrow
Rope halters & leads
Paddock panels & gates
Horse SponsorsFinancial sponsorships for horses in our care are earmarked for feed, vet and farrier costs.
HayHay is an ongoing need for the horses in our care and for diversionary feed programs on the range. All hay donations, or fund donations directed at hay purchase are always appreciated.