Hello and Happy Wednesday to everyone!

I came across this quote this morning and wanted to share:

“If you stay silent about a problem to keep the peace, there is a zero percent chance that the problem gets fixed.”

~ Kalen Dion

Thank you to all of you who have been actively advocating with us to save the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park!  With your help and support, these horses have gained quite an alliance of people who are working together to save them! Our voices have been LOUD and it shows by all we have accomplished!

We are all still waiting for the Draft Environmental Assessment to be released for the wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  Even though things are quiet here, know we are always working on  ways to make sure this herd of wild horses stay right where they are!

Today, we attended our Giving Hearts Day kickoff meeting.  It was an awesome meeting and we will be sharing more ways that you can help us make this Giving Hearts Day a success for Chasing Horses Wild Horse Advocates!

In the meantime, there are several ways that you can help raise awareness for this amazing herd of horses:

Have you read the AP article that came out on August 26, 2023?!  Did you know that article has gone international AND is STILL being circulated?!  We got word that the article made the Sunday paper in Wisconsin!  Another follower shared with us that the article was published by Forbes! If you have not read the article yet, you can read it here:

After you read it, please share it!  And IF your local newspaper covered the story, please write a letter to the editor!  This will help keep wild horses in the news and let the AP know that there is an interest in wild horses, so they continue to cover these stories!

Have you heard? We will be holding a silent auction online September 24-30, 2023!  We have already received some amazing items & services for our auction!  If you have any items or service you want to donate, or know an individual or business who has items to donate, please share the following link with them:  you can input your donation info here:, or you can email us at and give us the details.   We are asking that you upload or contact us with the item(s) you will be donating by September 18, 2023.  

We will have information coming soon on how everyone can participate in our auction!

Fall is a GREAT time for some community events!  We know we plan on attending some local area events!  Are you?

We have been sending some of our followers brochures to pass out in their areas to help raise awareness.  If you would like some of our brochures, please email us at We are also working on designing some new stickers.  They have been really popular, especially with schoolkids!  We will share our new design soon!

Volunteer to help us!  We have accomplished A LOT with our small board. Imagine what we could accomplish if you were helping us?!  If you are interested in volunteering, please email us at

Easy ways to help support our work is to share our blog posts!  There are still a lot of people who have no idea that the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park are endanger if losing the only home they have ever known!  Keep talking – keep sharing – keep being their voice!


You can also make a donation to help support our advocacy work!  As a non-profit, we rely on your donations to keep us going!  We are a 501(c )3 organization – so any amount you donate is tax deductible.  There are several ways you can donate listed on our website:

The alliance we are building with other individuals and organizations keeps growing but there is still A LOT of work to be done to save this herd! 

Thank you for your support and have a GREAT day!

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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