A NEW Event!

Hello and Happy Monday!  Thank you again to everyone who participated in our Horse Talk: Coffee with Castle yesterday!  It was a WONDERUL presentation, and we have received only awesome feedback on it!  We will make the recording available as soon as Zoom posts it for us! THANK YOU again Dr. McLaughlin for sharing your wisdom and knowledge with us!

We will be having a NEW Horse Talk this Sunday April 2nd at 2 pm MST.  We will be joined by the ladies behind the 2nd annual Save Our Wild Horses conference: Heather Hellyer and Linda Greaves!  They will talk about updates to this year’s conference and ways you can help either in person in DC or from wherever you are!  They will be available to answer any questions you might have about the conference, how it started and their vision for the future. 

Yesterday there were also A LOT of questions about the current state of the wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  We will have some time on Sunday to answer your questions about them as well. 

If you have specific questions you would like to send us ahead of time for either Chasing Horses Wild Horse Advocates or Heather and Linda, you can email them to us at info@chwha.org.

Our Horse Talk events are FREE, but we do ask you to pre-register.  You can register for this event here: https://secure.everyaction.com/XKCkBhUpokG1qQvv9MePtQ2

We have more people lined up for our Horse Talks so watch for details here!

Thank you for your support and your feedback! 

Chasing Horses Wild Horse Advocates is committed to advocating for a wild horse management plan and protection for these unique wild horses that call Theodore Roosevelt National Park home!  We are fighting for a management plan that is guided by science especially when it comes to decisions regarding the removal of horses and the administration of birth control.  Many other wild horse management plans have proven to be successful with their science-based plans.  We are asking for the same for this amazing group of wild horses that call Theodore Roosevelt National Park home.

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