Nonprofits Seek Ownership of 540 ISPMB Wild Horses

Black Stallion stands frozen and covered in snow.
Black Stallion stands frozen and covered in snow.

Lantry, South Dakota – Attorney General’s for Ziebach and Dewey Counties, which have been dealing with the fallout of the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros’ (ISPMB) financial collapse, have filed a motion with the judge handling the case to transfer ownership of the 540 remaining wild mustangs to Habitat for Horses in Texas and Fleet of Angels, a nonprofit equine rescue and transportation organization.  Fleet of Angels has already processed and sent to their new homes 270 of the original 810 wild horses that were suffering and dying after the ISPMB could no longer care for them.

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If the judge grants the request, Fleet of Angels and Habitat for Horses will work in union with Return to Freedom to place the mustangs in responsible homes, as bands and family groups when possible.  The placement of the horses would be the largest rescue and adoption event ever in the United States.

Black Stallion stands frozen and covered in snow.
Black Stallion stands frozen and covered in snow.

 

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