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April 27-29, 2018
St. Paul, MN
 
June 10-14, 2018
Linton, ND
 
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Help Us Keep The Nokota® Momentum Going!

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Dear Supporter of the Nokota Horse Conservancy®           

We would very much like to thank you for your interest and support of the Nokota® horses as we end a very successful year, but there is still more work to do.  We sincerely hope you will consider a donation during this season of giving.  We know you have many charities to support and we appreciate your consideration.  It’s all about the WHY and the HOW...

Here is WHY we ask for your critical support...

1.The Nokota® breed is rare and in jeopardy of disappearing! We have the largest herd of full foundation Nokotas® in the world. With less than 1000 full and part blood Nokotas® worldwide, our 66 NHC horses are vital to supporting the development of the Nokota® breed.

2. Nokotas® are increasingly recognized for their remarkable characteristics.  They are different from other breeds, noted for their ability to think their way through challenges and for their deep desire to connect with their humans.  As more Nokota® horses are finding their human partners and engaging in a diversity of riding disciplines, their versatility and successes in many arenas speaks volumes.

 
3. It’s not just about genetics.  Our horses live in a herd environment that is as close to natural as a managed herd can get.  Our babies are born into the herd and  raised in the complex social structure that is created by having a large group of mares from the very young to the very old living together.  Our stallions are allowed to live together and interact naturally.  They play, they fight for dominance, and they form social batchelor bands. Every year a handful of stallions are selected in the spring to diversify the bloodlines of the Nokota® breed by running with their selected mare bands through the fall. Other stallions are offered for sale, gelded and engaged in training to find their human partners and become ambassadors for the Nokota® breed.

Our efforts to ensure survival of this breed are not without cost!                                                
We need you to join our efforts with your financial support!
 
Here is HOW … you can help us continue to build toward a sustainable future for the Nokota® horses with any level of donation…
 
Support a 2017 Nokota® through this winter: 
 
$360 will help to ensure winter pasture expense and herd management costs for one of the Nokota® horses in the Conservancy’s preservation breeding herd through 4 months of the North Dakota winter.
 
$90 will cover those costs for one horse for one month.
 
$60 will cover average monthly expenses per horse year-round for pasture and hay alone...consider becoming a sustaining donor at this monthly level of support!
 
or...Choose an annual Nokota Horse Conservancy® Membership!
 
But ANY support, at ANY level of funding, that you can contribute is GREATLY appreciated!
 
You love the breed, you know their incredible story…
won’t you help us ensure a future for the Nokota® horse?

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Nokota® Colt Start and Foundation Clinic

Chester Springs, PA
November 1-4, 2017
The Nokota are coming! The Nokota Preserve, Chester Springs welcomes 10-15
Nokota horses from North Dakota for a 4-day Colt Start and Foundation Clinic
conducted by
Natural Horsemanship professionals Aaron England and Michael Battenfield
For information please click here or continue reading.

Growing Green for Grass

The Nokota® Preserve 
Chester Springs, PA
Saturday, November 4, 2017 
The Preserve, Chester Springs is hosting a fundraiser: "Growing Green for Grass." Help us get a jump start on winter hay supplies and pasture in North Dakota! This is an amazing opportunity to meet members of the Nokota Horse Conservancy® plus 10-15 newly arrived horses. Enjoy a delicious catered dinner with Frank Kuntz, who will be sharing the history of the horses. Music by PA-born, singer/song-writer, Liz Longley will round out the evening. Tickets are $75 per person.
Purchase tickets through our website atchesterspringspreserve.org/upcoming-events. We hope to see you there!

Equine Affaire - Massachusetts

Equine Affaire LogoNovember 9-12, 2017
W Springfield, Massachusetts
The Nokota Horse Conservancy® will be present at this year's event. 
Please stop by the Breed Pavillion in the Stroh Building and look for our banners!! 
There will be Nokota® horses on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. in the Mallary South Arena
and at 5:00 p.m. in the Set Round Pen in the Coliseum.  On Sunday
the horses will be inthe Mallary South Arena at 12:45. If you will be
in the area please stop by to say helloand see the horses. 
Thank you in advance for attending and supporting this organization.
Click here for more information!

First-Ever Nokota® Webinar

 
Here is a link to the recording of the webinar! (Audio only)
 
On March 17, 2016 Kelly Williams, Nokota® owner and NHC® board member interviewed Frank Kuntz, co-founder of the Nokota Horse Conservancy® and Jack Lieser, trainer of Nokota® and other horses LIVE from the Nokota® Young Horse Handling Clinic at Lieser Arena in beautiful Brenham, TX.

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