Navajo Horses Rescue and Recovery Mission

by Wild for Life Foundation
$1,240 Raised
total goal
monthly donor
The Navajo Horse Rescue and Recovery Mission (NHRRM) is an onging effort to rescue and re-home wild horses, burros and orphan foals that are at risk of slaughter or that have been victimized by the Navajo roundups. The Wild for Life Foundation assures their forever safe harbor so that they will never be subject to roundup or slaughter again.


Many Native Navajo Mustangs are in grave danger of being captured and going to slaughter. Our all volunteer rescue team has put their lives on hold to save and help as many of these horses and baby foals as possible. Urgent funds are needed to pay for transportation, hay, vet medical care, pasture space and shelter.


WFLF has secured safe harbor for over 200 at risk Mustangs through its equine rescue/ sanctuary and educational program, and we are working to save more. WFLF's gentle, soothing rescue and rehabilitation process is allowing rescued fillies and colts to heal in a calm and safe environment. As rescued horses heal, their successful transitions to educational Ambassadors create a lasting impact on the public for more humane and positive care of horses.

Long-Term Impact

WFLF's wild and domestic horse rescue and sanctuary programs together with our equine assisted learning/ wellness programs and wild horse observation programs provide multiple opportunities for the community including therapeutic healing for at risk and disadvantaged youth, and U.S. military veterans in need.

Navajo Horses Rescue and Recovery Mission
Saving Navajo wild horses and foals
Navajo Foals
WFLF's Saving America's Horses Facebook page

Organization Information

Wild for Life Foundation

Location: Studio City, CA - USA
Project Leader:
Katia Louise
Studio City, CA United States