That was the message to those attending yesterday’s online meeting, according to a story by INFORUM of Fargo, ND.
The author appeared in Nokota Heart, the 2011 documentary about the original wild horses of TRNP, but he does not mention Sitting Bull, Leo Kuntz and the Nokota breed.
As for the advocates, pay no attention as they feign concern for the horses.
What they really want is a contract with the Park Service to sterilize the mares, as indicated in Alternative C of the scoping newsletter.
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It is very interesting indeed that he “does not mention Sitting Bull, Leo Kuntz and the Nokota”.
Nor does he mention the Gonacon Study on the TRNP horses. How did he miss that?