We are no longer a 501(c)(3) non-profit and in the
Process of dissolving our Corporation.
It is with a heavy heart, that we have to announce, that
our magnificent stallion "Red Feather" passed away
on December 16th, 2022. He was in his early 30's and
has lived his entire life wild, even as he has lived on
our Rescue Farm.
We miss him so much and until we
meet again in Heaven Red Feather you will always
be in our hearts and know that we were truly Blessed to
have known you and your family and to have had you
with us on our Rescue Farm.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED OUR CAUSE AND HELPED US TAKE CARE OF THESE AMAZING WILD HORSES! GOD BLESSED US WITH KNOWING AND PROTECTING THEM SINCE NOVEMBER 1996. .
This infamous stallion "Red Feather" and his herd were removed from Sandbridge in Virginia Beach after they continued to come up into Virginia from North Carolina. They had 3 babies hit and killed by vehicles and one mare was hit and drug on the roadway causing her baby to be born dead.
Each time we captured them and returned them to North Carolina where there is still a Wild Horse Sanctuary they circumvented the fence to return to Virginia. They now live on our rescue farm where they are safe and protected.
These wild Mustang's are living legends that are descendants of the Spanish Mustangs that have roamed the coast of Virginia and North Carolina for over 400 years. We are dedicated to saving our American Heritage for Future Generations! Please contact us to learn more about how you can help!
Your support and contributions have been wonderful, and we thank you for your support in the past. The past two years with Covid restrictions we have not been able to survive and have closed our organization