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Neda DeMayo, Founder & Pres. & Cory Golden (Advocacy) of Return to Freedom

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This show will be hosted by Debbie Coffey, V.P. and Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs for Wild Horse Freedom Federation.

In honor of Mystic, one of the first stallions to arrive at Return to Freedom in 1999.  He was captured during the total removal of 279 horses from Hart Mountain-Fish and Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.   Est. DOB 1984 - Captured 1998- died October 31 2014

Our guests today are Neda DeMayo, Founder and President, and Cory Golden, Advocacy & Communications Director, of Return to Freedom, dedicated to preserving the freedom, diversity and habitat of America’s wild horses through sanctuary, education, advocacy and conservation.

Tonight our guests will talk about the need for ALL of us to urge Congress to stand against a presidential budget proposal that threatens the lives of tens of thousands of horses.

The president’s budget would slash the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Program budget by 12%, about $9.7 million. The majority of the program’s budget goes to warehouse some 47,000 captured wild horses and burros living in short- and long-term government holding facilities.

The budget would cut those costs by allowing the BLM “to conduct sales without limitation,” eliminating the current policy of captured wild horses and burros being offered for sale without limitation when they reach 10 years of age or fail to be adopted three times.  Many sold would likely fall into the hands of kill buyers.

Neda DeMayo, Founder and President of Return to Freedom

 

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