THE BLUE SKY MUSTANG PROJECT

The Saving Gracie  Foundation will adopt wild mustangs, gentle and train them for a home at Blue Sky Utah, a guest resort in Wanship, Utah.

 These mustangs will become part of Blue Sky's Guest horse program where they will have the opportunity to be a guide or guest horse. 

The plight of the American Mustangs 

There are seventy three thousand wild horses roaming the American West, most concentrated in Nevada. 

 In December, 1971, President Richard Nixon signed the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act. Describing the animals as “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West” that “enrich the lives of the American people,” the law stated that they should be left to live on the land where they were “presently found, as an integral part of the natural system of the public lands,” and “protected from capture, branding, harassment, or death.” As the population increased, The Bureau of Land Management began hostile round-ups forcing the mustangs into government pens.  In 2017 , the House Appropriation Committee authorized budget that would allow the BLM to kill many of the animals in its care. President Trump has gone even further in the 2018 budget to allow horses to be sold to any buyer allowing animals to go to slaughter in Mexico and Canada. 

 This is Crosby.  He is one of two mustangs we've adopted  from the Virginia Range in Nevada.

This is Crosby.  He is one of two mustangs we've adopted  from the Virginia Range in Nevada.

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