The experience will be three hours long, and it will be held from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. 1) Upon arrival, the guests will receive a guided tour of our rescue center with our host. 2) The host will demonstrate basic horse care, reading body language, gentling, rehabilitation techniques, etc. 3) Each guest will be assigned a rescue horse with whom they can interact one on one. Under the host's supervision, they will be allowed to apply the skills they have learned from the host's demonstration. 4) Light refreshments will be provided at the end of the experience. 5) Guests will receive a horse poster and horse booklet. Other items, such as hats and t-shirts, will be available for purchase. 6) Each guest will have the opportunity to purchase a unique painting created by one of the rescue horses, for an additional cash donation of $100.00. The horse will actually create the painting, while the guest watches! PLEASE NOTE: Any guest wanting to purchase a horse painting should inform Diane upon arrival.
I have been an ardent horse lover all of my life. I found my greatest passion in helping America’s wild horses, the mustang. My desire to make a difference in the lives of these beautiful and intelligent wild spirits led me to create the Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC) in 2000. WHRC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of America’s wild horses – the mustangs. We rescue mustangs from neglectful or abusive situations. WHRC rehabilitates these wild horses so they have a chance at getting adopted into loving forever homes.
Wild Horse Rescue Center
When WHRC rescues horses from abusive and neglectful environments, they are often at the brink of death. The goal is to nurse them back to health and tame and train them so they have a chance to be adopted into a loving forever home. The majority of them can indeed be tamed, trained, and adopted while others cannot and require a life in a permanent sanctuary.
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We will provide light refreshments, such as water, soft drinks, chips, crackers, cookies, and fruit.
Each guest will receive a WHRC a horse poster and a horse booklet.
Guests will be visiting Wild Horse Rescue Center in Webster, Florida, which is located 50 miles west of Orlando. The rescue center includes several pastures, arenas, paddocks, a barn, and a ranch house. Our guests will meet all of our rescue animals, including wild horses (mustangs), dogs, pigs, chickens, goats, and cows.
We are located in a rural area that requires driving at a slow speed. Keep a careful eye out for wildlife on the road! :-)