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American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign
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BLM Wyoming feedlot pen.
BLM Wyoming feedlot pens.

Dear Supporter,

We won and they don’t like it. Now, we need your help to stop the latest rancher attack that seeks to roundup even more wild horses and throw them into government feedlot pens...all to clear our public lands for more taxpayer-subsidized livestock grazing.
 
Late last Friday, we learned that Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has appealed the lower court decision we recently won dismissing his baseless, anti-mustang lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Now Gov. Mead is wasting more tax dollars in an attempt to overturn our victory to protect Wyoming’s mustangs.

They just won’t stop, so neither can we.  Would you please make a tax-deductable donation today?

We’ve already successfully defended Wyoming’s wild horses in the lower court, and we’re ready to fight this battle again in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. At the same time, we’re also defending wild horses and burros in three other states from rancher-led attacks.
 
In addition, we’re also working tirelessly in the field to develop and implement model programs to Keep Wild Horses and Burros Wild. 

We can’t continue this critically important work without your support.

A generous donor is matching every donation for the rest of this month -- up to $20,000. Any donation, large or small, will be doubled because of this matching grant! So please take a moment to donate whatever you can. Truly, any contribution, regardless of its size, will help us continue to fight for wild horses and burros across the West. 
 
Thank you for all that you do to save and protect these amazing and beloved animals.

With Warm Regards,

Suzanne Roy, Director


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The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is dedicated to preserving American wild horses and burros in viable free-roaming herds for generations to come, as part of our national heritage.

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