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Wild horses

This group is for the people who love the wild horses that roam free throughout the country.

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Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2015

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How can we help save the wild Mustang? 9 Replies

Started by Marti Langley. Last reply by Marti Langley Sep 19, 2009.

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Started by Kristen Smith. Last reply by Jennifer Lamm Sep 16, 2009.

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Comment by Shirley on May 14, 2010 at 4:04pm
Some of you that are listed under my "friends" will already have been notified but for others, if you'd like to view some wild horses up for adoption with the BLM Organization I posted several pictures last week. If you look at my page and go to my photos you can view them. This sale was in Midland, Michigan but they travel and have these across the country. I'm not happy the horses are being taken off the range BUT they are so we need to do what we can to help all of them.The ones still free need us to keep working for them to stay that way & the ones that are captured need our help to let the need be known for homes for these horses so they aren't held in pens indefinitely. 35,000 is way too many to be confined like this.
Comment by Shirley on April 19, 2010 at 1:24am
Sajel. I sure agree with you! Maybe you could get the word out to more people. More people caring and voicing their opinions to save the mustangs is the only hope for these wild creatures. Or maybe one person with tons of money.
Spread the word! Shirley
Comment by Sajel on April 18, 2010 at 8:22pm
I cant beleive people can stand to try to reign in these beautiful free spirits. I've watched some of the many wild horse videos, and they really are amazing.
Comment by Shirley on April 16, 2010 at 12:54pm
http://wildhoofbeats.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2009-09-02T17%...

Wild horse pictures!
They really do still need our help. And we need their help to sooth our souls in being able to view them "LIVE" or via pictures of those that have been able to get up close. So truly AWESOME and spectacular! There is o much more to wild horse herds then I had any idea till I started doing some research. They have such a neat family organization with-in their herds. Amazing~~such grand horses to be protected when they can't protect themselves. When it is their natural pretedors they are resisting they have some intuitive protections to resort to but when it's cruel humans that are after them they have little hope except when the kinder humans choose to stand up and try to help defend them. The most we can do now is use our fingers and our mouths to write and dial and voice our stand for these beautiful animals.
I'm surprised to see there has only been one comment on this issue this year. We must be more active if they are to be helped. .
Comment by Lexi on January 31, 2010 at 7:46am
Can we rely help the wild mustangs?
Comment by Jennifer Lamm on October 6, 2009 at 4:57pm
www.madeleinesmustangs.org has an interesting promotion going for people that love football.. and live in texas... check it out!! proceeds go to the mustangs!! Jen
Comment by Jennifer Lamm on October 6, 2009 at 2:26am

Comment by Jennifer Lamm on October 6, 2009 at 12:34am


I was gone for a few days. I went up to my friends house in Shasta and on the adventures of the weekend, we went to the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown. They rescue horses and have fun activities there. If you'd like to see the website for donations to their sanctuary, you can go to wildhorsesanctuary.com
Comment by Shirley on October 2, 2009 at 12:56pm
Has anyone actually contacted any of the referenced numbers and political people recommended to try to help save the wild horses?
I have gotten carried away with some personal issues and have NOT done this. WE MUST TAKE THE TIME if it really matters to us and ME!
Comment by Shirley on October 2, 2009 at 12:54pm
This is copied from my Parelli weekly newsletter. MUSTANGS

Parelli Celebration Highlights Humane Society
of the United States Rescue Horses

This weekend at the Ft. Worth Celebration, Pat played with Thistle, a sweet-natured five-year-old mustang who was rescued during a large-scale neglect investigation in Nebraska earlier this year. Since the rescue, Thistle has been under the care of the Doris Day Horse Rescue and Adoption Center until he arrived in Ft. Worth on Thursday. Each day of the Celebration Pat played with Thistle, and by the end of the third day Pat was riding the mustang without reins leaving many saying this was the best training session they have seen Pat lead. It was truly amazing to watch, and the experience is first hand proof that the Parelli method can help any animal if you put the relationship first. Read more about the Parelli Humane Society of the United States partnership here. Following the event this weekend, Thistle was made available for adoption to a selected, loving home.
 

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