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Since the arrival of early pioneers and settlers in the 16th century, horses that escaped or were let loose into the wild saw their populations soar. Today in Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, Oregon, Idaho, Montana Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico, herds of feral horses...

Equine Specialist Michelle Desmond explains Free Rein’s framework for growth and healing What kind of picture might your mind paint in the Free Rein pasture? A close-up of horses peacefully grazing, or a landscape of the paddock, neighboring green hills, trails and forest? For a Free...

Article in HB Coastal Living by Sheila Holliday Coordinated by Robyn Stauffer Hop on the unpaved, "off-path" portion of the Shipley to Shore trail that winds through Huntington Beach's Central Park and head past the dog park on your right and up the hill. At the top, look...

Insightful Some people question me about using the word “insightful” when talking about non-human animals. Are horses, or other animals, capable of insight, or is it just our imagination or desire to make them more than they really are? It is difficult not to become anthropomorphic when...

We are in need of some very special (and specific) part-time, remote and onsite Interns to help us grow! Free Rein Foundation Intern Positions Available - Work from home and on-site at the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center, supporting a local Southern California non-profit that is investing in our...