Your Questions Answered: Horse Talk with Heather & Linda from SOWH

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. 

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

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

Save Our Wild Horses 
Conference April 22-26, 2023 in Washington, DC

Info coming soon!

Want to join us? Click the link above for more information!

Past events:

Horse Talk: Coffee with Castle

This event has ended. We will post the recording soon! Dr. McLaughlin retired as Curator of North American Ethnography at Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology for 25 years where she collaborated with Native people on cultural heritage collections. A social anthropologist, her research focused on the historic and contemporary west. She has conducted extensive fieldwork on Native American ranching, agrarian economics, Native American arts and art markets, and the cultural history of wild horses. She is also a lifelong horsewoman.  Castle worked for the National Park Service as an interpretive ranger at Knife River Indian Villages (ND) and at Mesa Verde National Park (Colorado) 1986-1990).  Dr. McLaughlin is also the author of The History and Status of the Wild Horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The report was based on a three-year research project she conducted for the National Park Service that was submitted  in December 1989. Her research has been referenced countless times since Theodore Roosevelt National Park announced their plans to eliminate the ENTIRE herd of horses from the park!  We are excited for this opportunity to speak with Dr. McLaughlin!

This event has ended but you can listen to the recording here:

The passcode is: 3qX^Qh$a

We also have our slide presentation available for you to view here:

The event info is listed below:

THANK YOU to Save Our Wild Horses for hosting this event for us!

Join us and ECI as we co-host Chasing Horses Wild Horse Advocates who will discuss the National Park Service’s plan to remove all of the wild horses from Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  CHWHA will discuss the 3 Livestock Plan options provided by the National Park Service and how to comment on the plan, as well as additional actions you can take to help.  Feel free to share this graphic and ask all to attend!

Sunday, January 8th, 2023 at 3pm EST

A recording of the webinar will be available if you are unable to attend!  Please reply to this email on Sunday, 1/8, or later if you would like the recording.

We hope to see you there! 

Heather & Linda

Save Our Wild Horses

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 816 8319 8585

Passcode: HORSE