Equine Rescue

Video: 18 MUSTANGS ReWilded

Wild Horse Fire Brigade

The Wild Horse Fire Brigade has achieved a remarkable feat by rewilding 18 Mustangs that had been captured and removed from their natural habitat. These wild horses had been robbed of their freedom and were taken away from their families and herds. After a painstaking 5 months-long cooperative effort, the Mustangs were finally returned to their natural habitat where they could run wild and free once again. The video of this stunning achievement is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the Wild Horse Fire Brigade. The Mustangs were gently and carefully handled, and they were eased back into their natural settings with patience and care. The Wild Horse Fire Brigade’s efforts have not only returned these Mustangs to their rightful place, but they have also helped to preserve the natural ecosystem where these horses thrive. It is heartwarming to see the wild Mustangs running free through the open fields, and it is a testament to the power of human kindness and compassion towards these majestic creatures. This achievement is nothing short of a remarkable feat, and it is an inspiration to all of us to cherish and protect the natural world around us.

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  1. Thats a good thing for those 18 horses.
    There are many rescues attempting to do the same thing – but only this one turns up here anymore. Then there are the small organizations that are trying to make a difference with lawsuits against the BLM & FS – trying to improve life for the horses in the HMAs presently – trying to stop one roundup after another.
    Yes, this is one organization that is doing the right thing, but there are many more people are unaware of.

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