For information on joining LRTC please visit our website: www.whmentors.org
It basically allows you to attend special events, you to work with the mustangs and burros under the guidance of other clinicians and mentors, and covers the insurance costs of running such a program.
LRTC's Mission Statement:
To ensure appropriate and safe homes for adopted animals and a satisfying experience for adopters by providing pertinent education and mentoring assistance.
What Mentors Do:
* Mentors will assist new adopters and share skills and knowledge in areas in which they are competent.
* Mentors will refer new adopters to specialized help when needed and when the issues are beyond the mentors' span of expertise.
* Mentors will develop programs to educate adopters and would-be adopters in proper care, handling and training of adopted animals.
* Mentors will assist in publicizing wild horse and burro adoptions with an emphasis on targeting horsepeople who would make the most appropriate adopters.
* Mentors will assist in relocating adopted horses and burros which wind up in situations where the adopters are unable to cope.
There are many people that have a deep love for horses, but they can't afford one. Least Resistance Training Concepts (LRTC) is a non-profit organization that allows people to get hands on experience gentling and training wild horses and burros. They can join LRTC and learn all about horsemanship and get hands on experience with the horses and burros available for adoption. It helps them learn the responsibilities of owning a horse. It really is a great program.
The membership dues are tax deductable. The website goes into more detail about the membership.
Thank you for asking. Have a great evening!
Least Resistance Training Concepts (LRTC)
Kickin' Back Ranch