The following post is from the American Wild Horse Preservation.
When the call came in over Easter week about a foal in need on the Virginia Range, local heroes in Nevada were ready. The tiny filly had been spotted on the range with her mother and family. She had a serious facial injury and was having difficulty breathing. In short measure, the good folks from Least Resistance Training Concepts (LRTC) in Stagecoach arrived on the scene to rescue her. Read the full story of the Easter foal’s rescue and learn how you can help continue this lifesaving work by clicking below.