, one of the founders of Windhorse Sanctuary, Bobbie manages day to day operations at the sanctuary.
is our primary equine veterinarian.
Bob and Adina
, Bobbie's parents, visit the farm throughout the year to mow, do repairs and help care for the animals.
helps care for the cats and dogs at Windhorse Sanctuary.
works with the horses and does general farm work at the Sanctuary.
can be counted on to help with special projects.
provides equine dental services to Windhorse Sanctuary.
uses a kind and gentle method to trim the hooves of our difficult horses and donkeys.
helps care for the cats and dogs here at the sanctuary.
provides help from time to time.
Your tax-deductible donation to Windhorse Sanctuary makes all the difference.
Help us to give special needs and handicapped animals a home for life. Thank you!
In Tibetan culture the Windhorse, a mythic winged horse, is a symbol of life force energy.
Colorful Tibetan prayer flags carry the image of the Windhorse as it is said that every time the wind blows through them, our prayers are carried to heaven.