Legally defined by the land they stand upon, our wild horses truly are a doorway to the American spirit of the West.
Very few things can stir the American soul like a herd of galloping wild horses across a valley floor. They can transport you in time like a living history book with the beat of their thundering hooves that matches the rhythm of your beating heart.
In 1971 the Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act was passed unanimously by both houses of Congress. “The living symbol of the pioneer spirit” was to be protected and preserved as integral to our landscape and American identify.
Instead wild horses have been minimized on our western ranges. Given less than 16% of forage on less than 12% of public land they have been played like a throw away card in a poker game. For decades our wild horses have been the…
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