AMERICA'S WILD HORSES
I have been on the board of the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros for eight years.
My involvement started after I wrote WILD HORSES, the script that won the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Nicholl Fellowship for Screenwriting. (Oscars.Org.) I was soon to discover that the atrocities and horrors I had written about, were not only true -- they weren't half the story.
The script, WILD HORSES, is currently being cast and will go into production in the next several months. However, the real horses need our attention today as only a few bands of wild horses and burros still survive in the United States. Through the motivation and dedication of the ISPMB president, Karen Sussman, we struggle to maintain herds of wild horses on rented Lakota Indian land in South Dakota.
Some of these horses were rescued off slaughter house lines; Some bought from "killer buyers" who profit buying horses at auction and selling them to slaughter; Others were saved from all over the west, including over one hundred rescued from sure death, trapped in the vast desert of the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico.
You can help save America's wild horses. Consider sponsoring a horse. Your $150.00 will feed and take care of one horse for a year. You'll receive a certificate, photo and updates on your horse. Your donation will supply the horse with hay, water and medical treatment for one year.
You're welcome to visit these wild herds in the beautiful black hills of South Dakota.
Your contributions will help protect, preserve and rescue wild horses and burros. All contributions to the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros are tax deductible. ISPMB is a non-profit organization.
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(International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros)
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