Take Action for Wild Horses Rescued Back from the Canadian Slaughterhouse ! Help Keep them Safe!
April & May board must be raised now!
Please Help! The clock is ticking . . . !
In 2014, after a stealth BLM roundup, Mark Boone Junior and I rescued many Dry Creek Wild Horses back from the Canadian slaughterhouse yard. All the wild horses from their herd, over the age of 2, had been quickly slaughtered at the plant right after the roundup. These youngsters were going to be live shipped to Asia for sashimi. We rescued them before they were sent to the Canadian airport.
Now the WY14™ Wild Horses are part of an essential preservation project. 2 wild mares arrived pregnant who had healthy foals and only 5 foals were conceived and joined the herd since we rescued them in 2014. The preservation herd is boarded on 270 biodiverse acres with ponds, meadows for grazing, spring-fed creeks, hills, buttes and their families. There are 4 bands. One of them is a bachelor band just like in the wild. They need help to pay their board in this natural setting where they are re-wilding and waiting for the eco-sanctuary to find land and create their permanent home.
Their board on the ranch is paid monthly and due on the 1st of the month. The disbursement company takes about 5% so the total the WY14™ Wild Horse herd needs to raise is $3,150. We raise money for their board monthly through crowdfunding so everyone can be a part of their life. A $300. Late fee is added on by the landlord if their board is not paid on the first of the month. Please help today!
The WY14™'s April GFM Goal is $3465. (w/late fee)
The WY14™'s May GFM Goal is $3,465. (w/late fee)
Total is $6,930.
Every dollar counts and they all add up to meet the WY14™'s URGENT goal.
We are looking for someone to help us with a capital land campaign or someone who can find a large land donation suitable for the WY14™ Wild Horses. Please contact me if you can help. Meanwhile the WY14™ Wild Horses are boarding on the 270 biodiverse acres where they are able to live in a natural setting--so happy and definitely healing from the trauma of the Wyoming roundup and loss.
Please donate today for their April & May board!
The 270 acre terrain is varied from spring fed creeks and ponds to meadows and sagebrush, trees to hills and buttes. This is a good place for them. The vet, VIP visitors, and others have observed how happy they are. This is a grassroots project where your donation goes directly to them.
Please make your donation to help the wild horses after they lost everything from the roundup to slaughter. Click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/help-wy14-wild-horses-live-on-270-a
This is a very important preservation project and we are volunteers. All the money raised goes to the WY14™'s monthly board on the 270 acres.
Donate today to make a difference in the lives of the amazing wild horses rescued back from the slaughterhouse yard. Thank you and Bless you!
The WY14™ Wild Horses send you their Great Love and Gratitude. They are so thankful you are helping them.
For the Wild Ones,
Volunteer Executive Director
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