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Up close with wild horses at the Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary in Caliente, CA.

Many horses come to the rescues we partner with after being in abusive situations, and it takes a lot of work to get them to trust humans again. Here is Darlene working with a rescued horse, allowing him to feel safe around her.

Terry teaching Darlene ways to help build trust using the Masterson Method with an abused horse that was rescued by Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue in Lancaster, CA.

Terry is working with a rescued horse helping to build trust at the Lifesavers Rescue in Lancaster, CA.

Will Friday, owner of Performance Equine Bodywork, is using the Masterson Method on rescued horse Rags to alleviate pain and tension from an old injury at Heaven's Ranch and Rescue.

Will Friday is working with Rags at Heaven's Ranch and Rescue, and is releasing endorphins from his gum line to help reduce pain. Rags loves this... trust us.

Wild horses up close, being buddies at the Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary in Caliente, CA

Herd of wild horses that allowed us to walk among them in Caliente, CA at Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary.

Will Friday is showing veteran Justin some Masterson Method techniques on rescued horse, Sage, at Heaven's Ranch and Resuce.

Up close with wild horses at the Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary in Caliente, CA.

Introducing the E.E.T. Property Manager, Mr. Bojangles. He roams around the hills of Caliente, CA and makes sure everyone is doing their job.

Marce Olson is working with Pumpkin on some stretching exercises to help release tension in his leg and shoulder at Special Spirit Therapeutic Riding Center. His tongue sticking out is his way of telling her it's working.

Although our primary focus is on horses, we're pretty big fans of donkeys too. These funny fellas happily live at one of our partner ranches, Four Winds.

One of our veterans, Barbara, with a wild mustang at the Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary. This was during the "Wild Horse Warriors" retreat sponsored by EET and Lifesavers with a group of 6 female veterans and 6 wild mustangs.

Will Friday, EET's Program Director, is working with one of our rescued horses, Sage, at Heaven's Ranch & Rescue.

Genee, one of our veterans, has completed her Masterson Method Advanced 5-Day Seminar, and is now moving on to the extensive Field Work course. After this, she will be a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner, and can have a career healing horses in pain.

One of the rescued beauties at Lifesavers in Lancaster, CA

This brave little wild horse had zero reservations about coming right up to us and introducing himself!

Will Friday is releasing tension in the shoulder as well as releasing endorphins to alleviate pain in Rags during a session of Masterson Method techniques at Heaven's Ranch and Rescue.

Marce Olson (a Masterson Method Practitioner) is showing Kaylee (a riding instructor at Special Spirit Therapeutic Riding Center) some therapeutic techniques for walking a horse who is holding pain and tension in his neck . *Kaylee's cute bunny ears were for Easter weekend.

One of our veterans, Genee, with a wild mustang at Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary. This was during the "Wild Horse Warriors" retreat sponsored by EET and  Lifesavers  with a group of 6 female veterans and 6 wild mustangs.

One of our veterans, Genee, with a wild mustang at Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary. This was during the "Wild Horse Warriors" retreat sponsored by EET and Lifesavers with a group of 6 female veterans and 6 wild mustangs.

One of our veterans, Michelle Meredith, with a wild mustang at the Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary. This was during the "Wild Horse Warriors" retreat sponsored by EET and Lifesavers with a group of 6 female veterans and 6 wild mustangs. She has connected strongly enough with the horse to be able to instruct it with just her voice.

Sometimes horses find comfort in the companionship of other horses. Journey (the rescued Percheron horse on the left) will allow Darlene and Terry to work with him as long as Gretchen (a Lifesavers resident Percheron horse on the right) is with him. Gretchen has a calming effect on many of the rescue horses that arrive at Lifesavers Rescue.

Cari, one of our veterans, just completed the intensive 200 hour training for her first part in the Reach Out to Holistic Horsemanship Comprehensive Training Program. She is moving on to finish the other 2 parts of this program, and her final goal is to start her own non-profit helping female veterans and horses.