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Kaimanawa Heritage Horses Film
Every two years up to two hundred wild Kaimanawa horses are culled from New Zealand Army land in the Kaimanawa Ranges, to protect the native flora and sustain the environment for the horses to thrive. The Kaimanawa Heritage Horses (KHH) mission is to increase successful adoptions of wild horses and to promote the horse’s versatility and trainability. Through advertising for suitable homes, undertaking home checks and following up on new owners the KHH ensures the welfare of these captured horses remains a priority.
The Kaimanawa horse is a unique and historically important link to New Zealand’s recent past. Identified as a breed with distinct and unique characteristics, the Kaimanawa horse has proved to be a great all-round riding pony.
About Elder & Marilyn
Kaimanawa Heritage Horses is a charitable society run by a volunteer group of passionate horse people, dedicated to the care and welfare of Kaimanawa horses both domestically and in the wild.
We work closely with the Department of Conversation and other interested groups on the welfare and future of the Kaimanawa horses in the wild.
Our primary funding sources are through our members’ generosity, membership and donations.
The relationship with the Kaimanawa horse has been a large part of Elder and Marilyn’s lives for the past two decades. They have both been awarded a Queen's Service Medal for putting their hearts and souls into the welfare of wild horses.
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