Wild Horses beeing shot and left to die in Arizona, Utha and Iowa
Almost 40 years ago, the federal government passed the Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act, which declared the animals "living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West." The legislation provided protection for these American icons to maintain their free-roaming behavior on the public land they called home in 1971 (when the legislation was enacted). The Bureau of Land Management was authorized to manage the herds with their welfare and continued freedom in mind.
Every day happen:
Most of those wild horses have been
and slaughter -- for pet food and glue factories as well as for meat markets in Asia and Europe.
wild horses "without limitation." Dozens ended up in the slaughterhouses.
Lakota Elder He Who Knows, founder of the Wild Horse Foundation, has made it its task to save the wild horses, give them their space on the wild prairie to backup. Save the life of the wild horses, help to feed them.
He Who Knows spend his whole life with horses. Born and raised on the Lakota Reservation Pine Ridge,
his entire life was marked by horses. Before he could walk, he was sitting on the back of a horse.
At the age of 10 years ago, he was on the Pine Ridge Reservation a known the best one to break horses.
At the age of 15 years he has been for the Rodeo discovered and began his famous career. At the age of 58 he rode 800 Miles across the wild prairie. Now in the age of 85 years his focus is on saving the wild horses.
You can help He Who Knows: firstname.lastname@example.org