Perhaps they mean well. Maybe they’re shills for the public-lands ranchers.
What will be the condition of their horses when their journey is complete?
Do they understand that if livestock grazing was discontinued in a just a few dozen HMAs all wild horses could be removed from holding pens, not just 5,000?
If you want to help America’s wild horses, don’t focus on the horses.
Instead, look upstream in the management process, understand why they’re being removed from public lands and address those causes for a lasting solution.