Wild Horse Annie Remembered on International Women’s Day

Sadly, her signature legislation has been altered at the behest of ranching interests and no longer affords the protections of the original.

Worse, the wild horse protection community is almost nonexistent, despite the remarks in this news release.

Groups that claim to protect the horses are actually trying to get rid of them, giving aid and comfort to the ranchers.

For those of you in Rio Linda, “the hills of the Comstock Lode” in the book excerpt is a reference to the Virginia Range.

RELATED: Do “Stay Wild” Caps Absolve the Advocates from Wrongdoing?

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