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An important part of any equine fertility control program is a deep knowledge of the tools you must use and continued education about current research. To that end, Return to Freedom ... Read More
April 11, 2019Cory Golden
Morning Bird – Choctaw Eyes
Registration is now open for Return to Freedom's 2019 programs, each one an opportunity to get a close-up look at wild horses and burros while gaining a better understanding of ... Read More
March 6, 2019Cory Golden
adoption webinar invite final web
Adopting from Return to Freedom 1. Go to returntofreedom.org/take-action/adopt 2. Learn about our Terms and Conditions: https://returntofreedom.org/wp-content/uploads/Equine-standard-of-care-Adoption-terms-and-conditions-17-.pdf 3. Fill out an Adoption Application: https://returntofreedom.org/wp-content/uploads/RTF-Adoption-Form.pdf
 4. Email your completed application ... Read More
November 15, 2018Susan Brandt

A Tooth Matter

A Tooth Matter When horses have problems with their teeth, especially when horses get older, you’ll find they can’t masticate their food well enough to get ... Read More
August 4, 2018Susan Brandt
Return to Freedom welcomed Amy McLean, Ph.D., of UC Davis Equine to our webcast series to give her talk, "Burros: History, Behaviors and Challenges of ... Read More
December 23, 2017Cory Golden

Help a Horse Day

Thanks for Helping our Horses! We are delighted that Return to Freedom’s kickoff to our tour season was met with great enthusiasm. Forty-four volunteers attended a special Volunteer Day to help wild ... Read More
May 1, 2017AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
This summer, Return to Freedom’s American Wild Horse Sanctuary hosted a dozen terrific work-study volunteers from Europe, Canada and the United States. Samantha Asher, Josephine Blossfield, and Karen Schellekens often spent ... Read More
September 8, 2016AnnieFannie