Equine Rescue

Susan Wagner, Pres. of Equine Advocates, talks about wild horses on Real Horse Rescues (Part 2)

SOURCE:  Equine Advocates

Susan Wagner, President & Founder of Equine Advocates, was featured on the TV program, REAL HORSE RESCUES, with Susan Kayne.

In Part 2, Susan talks about wild horses, and introduces two wild horses living on the sanctuary:  Hayden, from the Pryors, and Nelson, from Nevada.

In case you missed Part 1, you can watch it HERE.

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  1. This is an absolutely wonderful sanctuary. They have gone to great lengths to let the people in the eastern states know what’s happening to our Wild Horses & Burros.
    DO watch the video and meet some of the residents. Two of them are Wild Horses that were captured and removed from their Legal Herd Management Areas.
    Susan makes it very clear that these Wild Horses SHOULD be left in the wild, where they belong.


  2. Meet the Residents


    Hayden, a WILD AMERICAN MUSTANG, arrived on October 1, 2013. Born in 2007, Hayden was captured during a brutal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) round-up in the Pryor Mountains of Montana when he was just two years old. He had been through two adoptions before he came to us as a pasture-mate of Nelson, our other Wild American Mustang who has been on his own for a time since his buddy passed away.

    Hayden is a gorgeous equine with a rich history. His unique color is known as “Coyote Dun.” He has a long Dorsal Stripe that runs down the entire length of his back and he had black stripes on his legs. Hayden loves the attention he gets from our staff and volunteers and he also seems to enjoy the slow pace and quiet of the farm.

    Hayden is proudly sponsored, in full, by a supporter from Livingston, New York.


  3. Meet the Residents


    Nelson is a WILD AMERICAN MUSTANG captured by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) in Nevada. As a stallion, he was destined to be sold for slaughter due to the 2004 Burns Amendment (which privatized all of America’s wild horses & burros). We traveled to a BLM adoption in Ohio to get him and brought him to the sanctuary in February of 2005. He, along with his buddy, Hayden, another Wild American Mustang, are our ambassadors for the wild horse issue. They have been written about and featured on TV. We hope that our government reinstates the protection of these precious wild horses and burros before they are gone forever.

    Nelson is proudly sponsored, in full, by a supporter from Vallejo, California. This generous donor also fully sponsors Henry & Hank the Tank, both rescued Work Mules!


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