Innocent Baby Wild Horse Body Slammed By U.S. Government Workers !!!!!!!

July 08, 2022  •  1 Comment

It is sickening to watch this video where contractors hired by the Bureau of Land Management body slams a young and innocent little foal to the ground and then he and his partner pin this little horse to the ground, only to get up and body slam the poor little horse again!!!!

It is hard for me to understand how these men are not in jail right now. 

Under what circumstance is this acceptable by any standard?

As you can see in the video, the young little foal was not putting up any type of fight and there is no justifiable reason for the brutality by these men.  

Honestly, I am not sure whether to be sick or to scream to the top of my lungs.  If we don't take action and come together, this is only going to continue and get worse.    




This makes me crazy, sick, sad, outraged, and more.  I just don't understand how this can still be happening in 2021, much less at the hands of the U.S. Government and the very people that are in charge of protecting and managing America's Wild Horses.

As horrible as it is to watch this video, I am begging you to do two things for the sake of all wild horses in America. 

1 - Share this article and video with your friends and family and ask them to do a very simple task outlined in step 2 below. 

2 - Take Action and go to the Alert prepared by the American Wild Horse Campaign and follow their simple instructions to make your voice heard to congress.  If we don't take action and come together this type of cruelty will only continue.

The only way this type of cruelty will stop is to change policies and laws governing our wild horses.  

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Betty Lewis(non-registered)
I couldn’t watch the whole video. It just made me sick. I hope we ca get some action on stopping this outrageous and inhumane treatment of these beloved animals.
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