Return to Freedom and three other prominent members of the wild horse and burro sanctuary community have launched a new organization to help address an immediate emergency and bolster sanctuaries ... Read More
October 2, 2016AnnieFannie
The U.S. Forest Service completed its roundup at The Devil’s Garden Horse Territory in northeastern California over the weekend. A total of 290 wild ... Read More
October 2, 2016AnnieFannie
To contribute to the project, please click here. Buoyed by the generosity of 166 wild horse and burro lovers, Return to Freedom has raised more than half of the $25,000 ... Read More
October 1, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
The U.S. Forest Service captured 40 more wild horses at The Devil’s Garden Horse Territory on Thursday in a fourth day of helicopter ... Read More
September 29, 2016AnnieFannie
As published by Ruidoso News The Alto "wild" horse herd was delivered quietly back to Lincoln County Tuesday, ending a month’s battle between herd advocates and officials with the New ... Read More
September 27, 2016AnnieFannie
  As published by Craig Daily Press Wild horses from the Sand Wash Herd Management Area, about 40 miles west of Craig, will be gathered beginning Oct. 21 by the ... Read More
September 25, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
  Return to Freedom is among the wild horse advocacy groups arguing on behalf of Wyoming's wild horses. For more about RTF's legal advocacy efforts, click here. As published ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary and Preservation board member Robert Redford this week expressed hope that the Bureau of Land Management and ... Read More
September 22, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
  Return to Freedom's American Wild Horse Sanctuary needs a 48' x 48' hay cover that will protect hay from the rain while increasing safety and efficiency. You can help us reach ... Read More
September 19, 2016AnnieFannie
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