Our sanctuary in Texas, Primarily Primates, will mark a milestone next month when it welcomes two wild horses who last winter were ripped from tribal lands in Antelope Valley Nevada—where the Bureau of Land Management pimps out land to gold mining companies. Work is underway to install the proper fencing around the pasture that will be their new home.
Comanche is an Appaloosa colt just under one year old, and Bindi is a 1 ½-year-old bay filly with two white socks on her hind legs and a stunning blaze on her face. We will travel to the sanctuary in October to greet the wild ones and make sure they are adjusting well, and of course take lots of photos so our supporters can see them and meet them too.
They will be looking for sponsors! Stay tuned to our Facebook page, Friends of Wild Horses, for more updates.