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The Devastating Wild Horse Roundup Continues in the Red Desert Complex of Wyoming

by , first published on Wild Hoofbeats, funded and sponsored by Wild Horse Freedom Federation

Stallions to be released

Across the road, behind our observation point, we cannot see the trap or the run up to the trap from here at the Red Desert Complex Roundup. This is not meaningful observation. Two days ago we were here and could see the horses moving at a great distance then around the hill and that was it. We are in Crooks Mountain Herd Management Area. It is 36 degrees right now but when the wind picks up it gets bitter. We are waiting for the helicopters to bring in the first group of wild horses and will be watching them as best we can for the short time they are in view.

The trap – I cannot see it from where I am supposed to observe

 

The helicopter pilot just brought in a small family. There were 6 horses one sorrel stallion peeled off and is moving slowly away and the other 5 were driven around the corner and I assume into the trap since I cannot see it. They were very far away.

The helicopter pilot just brought in a small family. There were 6 horses one sorrel stallion peeled off and is moving slowly away and the other 5 were driven around the corner and I assume into the trap since I cannot see it. They were very far away.

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  1. STOP 🛑 these brutal round ups wiping out our American heritage. These wild horses are our responsibility this is brutal and sadistic what you are doing here and you are well aware of it.

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