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America's wild mustangs are headed for extinction. Government land management decisions and the Horse Slaughterhouse HR 2966 Bill in Congress could possibly eliminate most of the wild horses and burros on public lands. The American people and the world need to know more to stop the inhumane treatment and the death sentence of our wild horses.

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Publication Date: Mar 05 2012
ISBN/EAN13: 0985263903 / 9780985263904
Page Count: 124
Binding Type: Paperback
Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Language: English
Color: Black and White
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Fiction / Action & Adventure

A portion of the proceeds
from this book benefits
Wild Horse Rescue Organizations

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Together, we must ensure that future generations of
American people
will be able to
enjoy and love
wild mustangs
as living treasures.


Denise Brown with Declan Gregg
Denise with Declan Gregg

Horses at the NHSPCA
Horses at the NHSPCA

Read about the book in Portsmouth Herald's Spotlight Magazine - Jeanné McCartin's Gossip
This Time It's Personal

 
Great Book & Gift for the Horse Lover — WIND, The Story of a Wild Horse Rescue


• Horses are no longer a necessity for work or transportation as they were in the days of the Wild West. Unwanted horses are often abused, abandoned, or worse.

• A new book by illustrator Denise Brown takes on these controversial practices. Wind, Wild Horse Rescue is an adventure about the plight of America's wild mustangs and the fight to prevent them from being eliminated on public lands.

• The book takes on the inhumanity of the slaughterhouse and the debate over what to do with wild horses.

• The book reveals many of the challenges faced by wild horses through the eyes, ears, and senses of a young colt named "Wind". Wind is chased by a helicopter and captured during a round-up. The names here are fictitious, but the events are real.


• The author hopes the world will realize wild mustangs should be treated humanely and should be allowed to live on the public lands that have been set aside for them. Americans can ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy these beautiful creatures -- and not just in the movies.

• Denise F. Brown's love for horses and animals, and her talent as an equine artist, motivated her to write and illustrate this book. Wind has over 100 beautiful equine sketches and paintings.

• Hundreds of thousands of wild mustangs and burros are being legally harvested, chased, or harassed each year. Mustangers and helicopter pilots, hot shot, brand, and place wild horses in holding pens with no shelter, often for years. Only a few are given the opportunity to be adopted. If not adopted, they are sold and transported in crammed trailers to slaughterhouses in Canada and Mexico. There they are killed and processed into horse meat that is sold for human consumption in Europe and Japan.

• Rescue shelters and organizations across the country have joined the fight to help save them.

• You can help too. Share the story of Wind with your friends and family.

• Write a letter asking your Congress-person to vote to protect these horses from a slaughterhouse. Volunteer at or donate to an animal rescue center, or adopt a wild horse or burro if you have a farm or ranch.

• Together, we must ensure that future generations of American people will be able to enjoy and love wild mustangs as living treasures.


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• Dedication
• Wind Wild Horse Rescue Book
• Million Letter Campaign by Kids
• Down The Rabbit Hole

Denise Brown
About the author:
Denise F. Brown,
author, illustrator and horse admirer
I grew up next to several horse farms in New Hampshire, took riding lessons, and have sketched and painted horses all my life. I was never able to have my own horse, but I have always had a soft spot in my heart for them.

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Denise's Book Signing at the NHSPCA along with Declan Gregg
was covered in the Portsmouth Herald and Fosters Daily Democrat

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Read Fosters Story Here

Author Book Signing at NHSPCA
Sun., March 18, 11-4: New Book Illustrates Plight of Wild Horses by Denise Brown.
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