2 More Wild Mustangs Released at Sanctuary

  • Posted: July 31, 2012 
  • by Katja & Josh Rapaport   -  
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In September of 2011 Colorado’s Bureau of Land Management held a helicopter roundup of wild horses in the Spring Creek Basin near Telluride.   Since then the Telluride Animal Foundation and other humane groups have been working on finding a permanent home for the mustangs.

Thanks to generous support from our donors, TAF, Kathy Hamm from Dream Catcher, and other concerned citizens have successfully rescued 16 of the horses from the roundup (two of which have foaled).  Most recently two of the mustangs were released at the new Serengeti Wild Horse Sanctuary in Disappointment Valley.  Bruiser and Scripture were released last week and are enjoying their new found freedom at the Sanctuary, finally roaming free with other members of their wild herd.

Through a collaboration with local citizens we hope to have all of the mustangs from the roundup released on the Sanctuary by mid-October.  With your continued support we can provide a happy ending for these beautiful creatures.  Please click here to contribute to a fund for the care of the wild mustangs.

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