information supplied by Willis Lamm
“Sandy” finds a Special Home
The following link provides a more complete picture of the rescue of the “South Reno 30.”
Also, Samantha Szesciorka has adopted the mare known as “Sandy” to train and take with her on her cross-Nevada “Nevada Discovery Ride” next year.
Here is a photo of Samantha getting her “first touch” with Sandy over the weekend. Although Sandy is definitely a wild horse, she has a very level headed disposition and within minutes she was accepting the beginnings of being handled by humans within the confines of a corral.
We anticipate reading about Samantha’s and Sandy’s successes over the next few months. Meanwhile Hidden Valley and its allies have a large number of horses to place with suitable adopters or in appropriate sanctuaries. Anyone who would like to adopt one of these historic horses or who is aware of placement opportunities should contact Hidden Valley.
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