EMERGENCY DECEMBER BUCKET FUND – 23 wild horses – a family – mares, pregnant mares, babies, youths and aunties were rounded up for crossing the HWY to get to water – too many times. BUT WE CAN HELP!

23 Wild horses in Nevada were just rounded up because they wandered onto the HWY too many times – trying to cross to water.  These 23 horses – a family  – pregnant mares, babies, youth, aunts, new geldings… have three strikes against them.  So, they have no rights.

The law says that they have to go to the meat auction.  All 23.  Done.  Boom.  Gone.

HOWEVER, LRTC  (a rescue group I trust implicitly) has stepped up to find adopters.  They 99.9% guarantee success for all 23, if they can have a month to organize and make it happen.

We can give them that time!  The auction facility will board the horses for $6/day.  If we can give LRTC a month for these 23 horses, that would be 23 beautiful wild horses – SAVED.  23 x $6 x 30 days = $4140

WE CAN DO THIS!  WE can give them time!

Your donation is 100% tax deductible!  THANK YOU, thank you!!

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And, if you want a holiday ‘Certificate of Donation’ that you can give as a gift, I will be happy to email it to you!  Just write it on the Pay Pal donation ‘comment’ section, or email me and I will make it for you asap!  Shorten  your holiday list by giving to these mustangs and turning your donation into a gift!!  Thank you Thank you!


What a beautiful, healthy group!


This is a pregnant mare. Look at those solid feet!


Look at the color in these babies!

IF YOU WANT TO ADOPT!  See catalog and instructions

If you feel you can provide a home for any of these incredible wild horses, there is a catalog of those we are trying to save, plus instruction at the bottom of this page regarding adoption forms.

These horses are healthy, strong and beautiful.  Please, help us make a huge difference in their lives!

Thank you!

Thank you!


Newly gelded young guy! Gorgeous.


Gorgeous new gelding.

Scared baby next to Mama.

Scared baby next to Mama.


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Click here to visit sales page! All jewelry sold benefits the Drop in the Bucket Fund.  To follow us on our beautiful FB page, click here! fb-icon

Featured Trio! All necklaces sold separately below.

Featured Trio! All necklaces sold separately below.


This bright and happy, sweet necklace is a bright pop of color. Czech glass beads of oceany blues and greens graduated to the handmade Sterling flower charm at crystal closure. 17″

To purchase this necklace for $36, click here!

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FEATURED 2:  MT “Stand in the LIght” pendant Caribbean Blue Necklace! Only $48!!

Mama Tess’ flying heart Sterling Silver pendant with “Stand in the Light” stamped on the back. Caribbean blue Czech glass graduated bead with Sterling silver accent hoops. Gorgeous layered or alone! 20″

To purchase or $48, click here!

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FEATURED 3:  SWEET TURQUOISE nugget necklace! So much for $54!

Raw Turquoise pebbles, nuggets and discs with aventurine, coral and heishi beads with a handmade Sterling cross at Aventurine closure. A BEAUTIFUL gift for your or your loved one! 16″



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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Willis Lamm

    Hi Crystal. Yesterday I ran a utility just for grins and the LRTC website actually includes 992 separate web documents divided into various sections (rescue / adoption horses, training, technical large animal rescue, adopter information, case studies, workshops and clinics, safety and survival information, mounted search and rescue and more… including archived pages dating back to the 1990s. So it’s easy for folks to drop into odd places in this plethora of information and get lost, or end up wandering the archives looking for a way out from “Back to the Future.”

    This latest confusion has prompted me, as time permits, to flag the old pages more clearly as historical archives and include more visible links to go to current information. With the number of documents in the system, this will take some time but I really appreciate you pointing out the problem.

  2. dawndi Post author

    That was my fault… I linked it. I’ve fixed it and added the FB page. Most people don’t update their website but they do update
    their FB.

  3. Crystal

    When going to the link for let it is info or 2006… while saving horses is great why is their stuff so outdated?

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