Roundups are not the problem, they are a symptom of the problem.
If you want to help the horses, don’t focus on the horses.
The advocates focus on the horses.
Instead, look upstream in the management process: Land-use plans that put ranching interests far above those of the horses.
Roundups don’t allocate resources. They can’t change resource allocations. They enforce resource allocations already on the books.
Demand that the government manage their congressionally designated habitats principally for them, not privately owned livestock, as specified in the original statute.