Windcross Conservancy

Preserving yesterday's horse for the children of tomorrow


the horses 

Experience the front lines of a critical battle to save the first horse of America, the Spanish Mustang.  The foundation herd roams adjacent pastures, interns help with tours, training and educational campaigns.  Tours take you out amongst the horse for an intimate experience that will remain a treasured memory.

A Southern Black Hills experience Windcross Conservancy has been voted Top Non Profit for 3 consecutive years

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Visit Today

The home of Windcross Conservancy

Become a member of the Living Legends Club and see what you can do to be a part of the building of the future of Windcross Conservancy.

Locally, nationally and internationally, Windcross is a vocal advocate for the Spanish Mustang. Our mission is to preserve the best genetics and examples of the breed we can for future generations.

Extinction is forever.  Join us for an afternoon. Visit, stay and volunteer time, sponsor a horse and become part of something special.

Discover the amazing history of the Heritage Horse of America


Daily tours:      May 1- Sept 15th  9 a.m. last tour leaves at 4 p.m. 

Reservations required after September 15th.

Office: 605-833-2336

Tours are limited in the number of people, which allows you, as a visitor. to truly experience the preserve horses. 

Reservations suggested. 

 Tours are by first reserved and arrived. They last 45 minutes on average.

Donations are gratefully accepted.   All funds from the tours go directly to the support of the horses. 

Buses are welcome. Reservations required. 

Large Groups are welcome.  Reservations required.

Family and Children friendly

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Meet Our Team

Lucia Roda

President and herd manager.

Windcross in Action

Loree Siegfried

PTSD Program Director.

VAMC Black Hills.

Ken Hough

University of Guelph. Canada