This video is for those of you who are interested in the process of how we got Poppy in the trailer. It is a long video and it was a long process. We like to take our time because horses can break their legs and necks on paneling if they become panicked. Poppy is completely fine and happy playing with his friends today.
Fingers crossed he doesn’t go back and do it again! For those of you wondering why horses are not authorized to live in that area anymore please scroll back on our page where we’ve explained it extensively. Let’s all just be happy with the 20.000 acres where they ARE allowed to live. NO Salt River wild horse has ever been removed except in cases of needed rescue.
We want to thank officer Makenzie Gleave with the AZDA, we want to thank the Forest Service and we want to thank our amazing supporters.
We also want to thank the following amazing volunteers who participated in this mission: Karen C, Linda S, Cris B, Rick B, Russ K , Katie D, Glenn D, Shelba S, Pam P, Larry S, Johne S, Cricket W, and Simone.
Thank you everyone! SRWHMG.