Least Resistance Training Concepts
Wild Horse Mentors

The Lucky Horse
Rehabilitation Project

How You Can Help

If you can't adopt but wish to participate, there are many ways to help with this project.

  • Volunteering to work with the animals
    Volunteers experienced with wild horses and burros are always valuable.

  • Volunteering for support services
    There are many support tasks that need to be done from assisting with animal transportation to "chores" and maintenance at Foster care facilities.

  • Fundraising assistance
    You can help raise funds, or make contributions yourself, to help cover the unfunded expenses related to this project.

To find out more about how you can help, please email Sharon at sharon@kbrhorse.net.

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What is a Wild Horse Mentor?

Least Resistance Training Concepts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational corporation based in Knightsen, California, with volunteers in thirty one states. Volunteers must become LRTC members before working with animals per insurance company requirements.