Wild Horse Rescue Center

Founded by Diane Delano in 2000, Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare, rescue, and preservation of America’s wild horses – the mustangs. 

WHRC rescues mustangs from the wild and have ended up in neglectful or abusive situations.  The goal is to rehabilitate these wild horses, so they have the chance to get adopted into good homes and have a dignified life after being taken from the wild.
The majority of these mustangs can indeed be tamed, trained, and adopted; however, others cannot.  Diane, the founder of WHRC, refers to these horses as “wild at heart” and says she “will never force them to work with her and be tame if they don’t want to”.  These wild horses live out their days at the rescue center because their chances of being adopted are minimal.

WHRC strives to create greater awareness and understanding of the wild mustang, by mentoring mustang owners and holding workshops and educational workshops.  WHRC welcomes visitors.  For more information, please visit our website: