Sponsor A Horse

We can’t do this work without you. YOU make it possible for Return to Freedom to save horses who have been removed from their home in the wild and offer them a safe haven where they can live out their lives in large pastures with their herd groups.

Our Sponsor a Horse program is an automatic monthly donation program. It only takes a moment to sign up and your debit or credit card will be automatically billed each month. You can cancel at any time.

If you have questions about your monthly donation or

canceling a subscription please e-mail: contact@returntofreedom.org or call 805-737-9246.

  • Galahad

    Galahad, A chestnut stallion from Nevada's Silver King Herd Management Area. Chivalry in the Great Basin.

  • Tomahawk

    Tomahawk was one of over 1900 wild horses captured during the devastating 2010 roundup in the Calico Mountains Complex of Nevada.

  • Viggo

    Viggo is a healthy and happy young colt that enjoys running and playing with his herd family.

  • Willamina

    Willamina was found alone and abandoned shortly after birth.

  • Sunfire

    Sunfire is a strikingly beautiful roan tobiano stallion.

  • Sevim

    Sevim was born on May 6th, 2013. Her mother’s name is Jilla, and her Father’s name is Freedom.

  • Maza Zi

    Maza Zi, pictured here with his sire, was born at Return to Freedom on March 14, 2006.

  • Maximillian

    Maxmillian is an inquisitive and frisky colt. He is healthy and happy running in the pasture with his sisters. He takes after his father, being quite gregarious.

  • Manzana

    Today, Manzana lives in one of the sanctuary’s large pastures with his family band and 10 more friends.

  • Little Blue

    As an orphan foal, Little Blue was underweight, weak and exhausted.

  • Haloka

    Haloka is a sorrel tobiano mare from the Choctaw native tribal line. Her dam (mother) is Metoaka’s Promise and her sire (father) is Chief Iktinike.

  • El Presidente

    El Presidente was born in 2004 in the vast remote ranges of Northwestern Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.

  • Emilita

    El Presidente was born in 2004 in the vast remote ranges of Northwestern Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.

  • Charlie

    This is Charlie. He is a handsome Virginia Range stallion. We named him after Velma Johnston’s (Wild Horse Annie’s) loving husband.