THE FIGHT GOES ON FOR OUR HORSES DESPITE PHYSICAL DISTANCING!!!
All of us at Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund want to reach out to everyone at this incredibly bizarre time in our lives to say THANK YOU to the droves of amazing heroes who are working so very hard and diligently to make sure our communities and loved ones are safe and prepared.
We are grateful to those who are making the hard decisions needed to keep the impact from this deadly virus at the lowest levels possible. In Nevada, we owe a huge THANK YOU!!!!!!!! to our Governor Steve Sisolak for shutting down businesses at the right time, including our casinos, which are very important and vital to our economy. If we have all done it right, acted appropriately, and continue to support our local businesses where we can, then we will come out of this a much better, kinder, and more thoughtful society – without COVID-19!!!!
As President of Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund, I am very concerned for the health and safe-keeping of the volunteers who are out in the streets and on the range helping our wild ones to be safe and well - on the range where they belong!!!! Please continue to follow the guidelines set out by those who are knowledgeable, trained, and have the scientific information necessary to keep us humans safe and informed.
Once this is all over, we will make every effort to celebrate with our families, friends, co-workers, community members, volunteers, donors, and supporters. We will also join with and take the time to support and mourn with those who have been negatively affected by this virus.
Feel free to follow the activities of our local rescue workers who concentrate their efforts primarily on the Virginia Range horses -
Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue facebook page
Please note - this Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue facebook page is used for rescue discussions and not random postings. Join to follow their work and support their efforts. Find out more at
Be safe – stay calm,
Shannon Windle, President
Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund