Arizona is a livestock state, and the horse industry represents over 1.5 billion dollars per year to the state economy. From beloved symbols of the American West to the stray mule that just destroyed your winter-seeded lawn, equines seem to sneak their way into our lives and practice areas.
Randy Helm, Wild Horse Inmate Program
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Randy Helm is the Wild Horse Inmate Program Supervisor with the Arizona Department of Corrections and a highly-respected, Lyons Legacy Certified Trainer with more than 20 years of experience with BLM and ACI. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and the Arlington Texas Police Department. Mr. Helm oversees the care of hundreds of wild horses and burros at the training facility and holding center in Florence. Under his guidance, up to 35 wild horses are “gentled” at any one time by state inmates who learn many valuable skills.