The Wild Beauty Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to illuminating key issues wild and domestic horses are facing today — while bringing the therapeutic world of horses, and the values they represent, to children and families. Through the power of our unique entertainment platform, WBF is devoted to launching film series, educational programs, Ambassador Horse “meet and greets,” advocacy campaigns, and also rescuing horses in need.
Every life matters.
Check out some stunning video footage and exclusive content from WBF! From a mustang series featuring legendary trainer Monty Roberts, to our very own feature length documentary.
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The Wild Beauty Foundation was founded by filmmakers Ashley Avis and Edward Winters on the heels of the feature film Black Beauty. Inspired by the timeless messages of author Anna Sewell, who originally wrote the 19th century novel to give a voice to the horses of her time— we at WBF hope to create a lasting legacy for the horses of our time, today.
How To Help
Your voice can help protect horses. WBF seeks to cast a spotlight on stopping antiquated wild horse roundups, mass holding facilities, slaughter, and the breaking apart of equine families.
Whether you are a young advocate who wants to write us a letter, make a piece of art, or post to social media— or an adult advocate who can send a message to Congress, help spread the word, or make a donation to our cause— we want to hear from you!
Please also join our exciting 2021 social media movement #istandwithwildhorses campaign! Learn more.
In The News
Read about what WBF is up to, and peruse some articles from the press and media!
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