The Mustangs of Saving Gracie
In January of 2018, Ringo (left) and Crosby (right) were rescued off of the Virginia Range, near Reno, Nevada. The Nevada Department of Agriculture found their herd wandering on private land and turned them over to the Virginia Range Sanctuary. Without intervention, the mustangs would have been sold at auction to the highest bidder.
The Saving Gracie Foundation stepped in and offered to home two of the horses from the herd, #2143G and #2146(A), later named Ringo and Crosby respectively. Most of the other 20 horses in their herd have also been privately adopted - the remaining few are still waiting for their forever homes.