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Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary envisions wild places where mustangs live free and thrive. Our mission is to protect wild horses. We provide a haven where threatened mustangs roam while engaging in humane, science-based action to keep mustangs free in the wild.



Making history in New Mexico — and all across America! On May 6, 2014, Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary is joining more than 300 nonprofits in New Mexico and more than 100 other communities throughout the United States for a national day of local giving. Give Grande New Mexico is our state’s first Day of Giving and is part of a larger campaign called Give Local America. This partnership allows communities like Santa Fe to generate significant funds for causes right in our own backyard. Everyone can be a philanthropist, right here in New Mexico. Help us get the word out about May 6. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Visit Give Grande NM to see our profile, or contact us to see how you can help make this a success for Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary.

The mustangs of Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary made their big screen debut in the new documentary ROAMING WILD at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on January 31, 2014.  The film shows the Sky Mountain Band roaming free and gives the first public view of Sky Mountain Wild’s work with Mt. Taylor Mustangs and Carson Forest to keep more mustangs free in the wild. ROAMING WILD’s stunning footage of mustangs in the West raises critical questions about their future and ways we can help them remain free.

Manes and tails fly in the wind as wild horses run under open sky… sinew, muscle, and bone… heart and spirit. They belong to the wild. Once mustangs roamed much of the west.
As their numbers dwindle, we have the opportunity to help wild horses remain free. 






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