Thank you AZFamily for asking Forest Service Chief Randy Moore about the wild horse killings in Heber. He seemed surprised by the question, and this was his response: “While I don’t know the specifics about this case, I have all the confidence that if our law enforcement needs additional help, that we’ll provide that,” said Randy Moore, the Forest Service Chief.
We hope that more resources will lead to finally catching this cruel heartless killer.
We also urge the Apache Sitgreaves Forest Service to re-think the AML of 50-104 horses for the Heber Territory, because that number means that hundreds of Heber wild horses will face roundups and removal soon. At that number a wild horse killer could surely reduce them to extinction.
It may be needless to say, but the people of Arizona care about wild horses a lot, and want to see them treated fairly and humanely.