Advocates Criticize Treatment of Horses at TRNP

A 15-page letter was sent to park officials, presumably by an attorney representing the group, according to a story posted this morning by INFORUM of Fargo, ND.

The article, which can be viewed by subscribers only, was posted to their blog.

A link to the complaint was not provided.

The herd now at TRNP was put there by the Park Service as an exhibit.

The original wild horses, thought to be descendants of Sitting Bull’s herd, were removed but some were rescued by Frank and Leo Kuntz.  They called them Nokotas.

RELATED: Scoping Begins for Livestock Management Plan at TRNP.

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