Where Wild Hearts Connect
to Your Heart
To schedule a visit at Wild Heart Sanctuary

From time to time, we entertain guests who want to see the eight wild Mustangs who were rescued and are now living a peaceful and safe life at Wild Heart Sanctuary. Offering sanctuary as well as being advocates for the wild horses in captivity and those still allowed to run wild is our primary mission.

We reserve time first for paid sessions and events throughout the month for those who seek to connect to the heart wisdom of the Wild Heart Infinity herd. We allow only a few additional guests to visit each month due to our limited resources and the energy it takes for the horses to interact with people.

For general visits, a minimum donation of $50 per person is appreciated either in advance of the visit or upon your arrival. For a full equine therapy session with Sonya and the horses, please inquire about the rate using the Contact page form.

Wild Heart Sanctuary is a registered 501(c)3 and exists primarily through donations. If you are unable to make a donation, please consider volunteering, offering an in-kind donation or providing something on our wish list

Your visit with the Wild Heart Infinity herd

Wear close-toed shoes and bring water. You will want to make sure to also drink plenty of water after your visit. Leave your cell phone in your car--the horses are sensitive to cellular activity and it may decrease their willingness to approach. Food is also prohibited around the horses.

Directions will be provided once a visit is scheduled. Please park in front of the barn (to the right of the house) and wait for Sonya to meet you. Do not enter the barn alone. Although they are in sanctuary, these are still wild animals.

Then, experience the grace, beauty and heart wisdom of the Wild Heart Infinity herd. You'll learn their stories, hear about the plight of the wild horses currently in held captive in deplorable conditions and what you can do to help protect the remaining horses in the wild.
Learn more

Before or after your visit, learn more about the wild Mustangs by viewing the documentary, Mestengo.The film was produced by Sonya Richins, founder of Wild Heart Sanctuary, and was shown at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

Request the film by completing the form at the bottom of the documentary page.