Archives for January 2009

Nokota Horse Conservancy

The Nokota Horse Conservancy is a nonprofit organization established in 1999 to preserve the unique and historical Nokota Horse. These wild horses of the northern plains inhabited the Little Missouri badlands, now encompassed by Theodore Roosevelt National Park, for more than a century. They were removed by the National Park Service and sold during the 1980s and 1990s. The vast majority of the remaining Nokota horses now survive on the overburdened Kuntz Ranch.

Gypsy Vanner Horse Association

It is the mission of the Gypsy Vanner Horse Society to respect The spoken words of Gypsies who have dedicated lifetimes in the pursuit of breeding the perfect caravan horse… the Gypsy Vanner. The Gypsy Vanner Horse Society’s mission is to bring honor, recognition, and a better understanding to one of the world’s most colorful and least understood societies and the horses they love so dearly.

Gyspy Cob and Drum Horse Association

The Gypsy Cob and Drum Horse Association was formed as a way to protect the breed, record the parentage, preserve the history, and promote the Gypsy Cob and Drum Horse as a breed in North America.

Mustang Heritage Foundation

The Mustang Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to facilitating successful adoptions for America’s excess mustangs and burros. Founded in 2001, its mission is to help promote the Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Program and increase the number of successful adoptions.