Alan Day took a risk to start the first government-sponsored wild horse sanctuary, which was located on 35,000 acres in the Sand Hills of South Dakota. After successfully lobbying Congress to approve the idea, Alan received 1500 wild horses in 1989 from the Bureau of Land Management. His deep connection with the animals in his care is clear from the outset, as is his maverick philosophy of horse-whispering, which he used to train the entire herd.
Join Alan Day and me on Tuesday, September 2, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss his inspirational memoir, The Horse Lover: A Cowboy’s Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs.
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