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Fort Polk Kisatchie Horses

At one time, these horses ran through the pine forests of Kisatchie as their ancestors did over 500 years ago.  They were rounded up and dispersed by the courts with no accountability for what could be the end of their journey.  Saved from a future of uncertainty, these small-statured horses have come to their forever home at the Sanctuary.  With many friends to greet them, fresh hay and water to replenish them, and a sense of peace from the nearby pine hill forest to call them, the horses have settled in their new home.  Make a donation today to help us give these horses their best second chance at life.

 

Please, select your Fort Polk Kisatchie horse friend.  Then choose how much you would like to help support each one by selecting from the drop-down under Friendship Level.  Thank you for your generosity.

Click the photo to the right to read the full story of the Kisatchie horses in the Sanctuary's Fall 2018 newsletter!

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CONTACT INFO:

Call 605-745-5955

Monday - Saturday

9 am - 5 pm MTN time

SPONSORSHIPS & DONATIONS:

Melinda Kersten
wildhorses@gwtc.net

TOUR / ACCOMMODATIONS

RESERVATIONS:

Susan Watt

i​ram@gwtc.net

PUBLIC RELATIONS:

Karla LaRive

krlarive@aol.com

ONLINE STORE ORDERS:

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