How Can I Help

A reward fund has been set up to help with the reward offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or persons responsible for the shooting of three mustangs on or about March 12th-14th, 2011, in the Ochoco Mountains east of Prineville, Oregon. View Full Press Release. If these funds are not expended in the prosecution of this case, donations will be held for reward funds in similar cases elsewhere. Tax ID 46-0516013. Pledges can also be made by phoning Gayle Hunt, Central Oregon Wild Horse Coalition, 541-447-8165.

Please Make A Tax Deductible Donation Today!

Phase I: Your contribution will help fund new water sources on the range, such as solar wells, or restoration projects at existing water sources, for the benefit of Oregon’s wild horses.

When these projects are completed we will move to Phase II – a Capital Campaign for the purchase of land.

Phase II: Your contribution will help fund private/public partnership solutions for smaller, regional sanctuary sites in the Pacific Northwest for Oregon’s wild horses who have been removed from the range and are being held in short-term holding.

Wild Horse Solutions will also maintain a list or wild horse supporters offering “in-kind” donations. Are you a writer, photographer, artist, musician, well driller, fence builder, fund raiser, computer wizard, solar panel manufacturer/installer, land owner, that would like to help the wild horses? Contact us at: Wild Horse Solutions, 5326 SE Bridge Ct., Prineville, OR 97754, 541-447-8165.

More challenges face the wild horse and burro herds of America’s Western range now than in the era which inspired Wild Horse Annie’s valiant crusade to win legal protections. Although the old enemy was brutal and swift, the militia consisted of only a few lacking both soul and conscience. Today, that element persists, but is polished and legitimized. And, it is fortified with the contemporary ramparts of socio-economic shifts, a shrinking land base, climate change, and an urban society effectively detached from the raw essence of a mustang breathing the wind and fire of his historic home, the plains of North America.

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