Our Core Values

In today’s bustling world, there is nothing like being in the saddle with your friend. Our Core Values speak to why we do what we do: helping horses and their riders tap into the peace and understanding that heals from within.

Safety

To teach the student how to understand the horse’s thoughts and body language.

Integrity

To tell the truth, to respect, to be consistent and accountable.

Compassion

To feel and understand the thoughts of others.

Wellness

To strive for empathy through the mind, body and spirit of the horse and human.

Agenda

To have NO agenda and to leave EGO at the front gate.

Our Mission

At Wild Horse Mountain Farms, we teach so much more than just riding and horsemanship!

Our mission at Wild Horse Mountain Farms is to create a safe learning environment for both the horse and the human.

Compassion, empathy, respect and true connection are the corner stones of our teaching philosophy.

Our Mission is to help the client or student ‘look into the eyes’ of the horse and learn how to understand where the horse is coming from, what they are thinking, what they are feeling, so that they may earn their horse’s trust and create a willingness to want to be with us.

Our Mission is to help the client or student to develop a curiosity to learn and to give the horse and the human the time it takes to do so.

These are the daily goals that the WHMF team strive for.

Our Favorite Quotes

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” – Maya Angelou

“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” – George Bernard Shaw

“Mindfulness is like brushing your teeth – you don’t do it just once”. – Tom Dorrance

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” – Marie Curie

“The gift that comes with bad behavior is a chance for positive leadership” – Anna Blake

“90% of horse training is knowing when to quit” – Jim Anderson

“Learn to listen and to understand the ‘thought’ behind their eyes” – Linda Wagner