Federal agency sells horses to rescue group
Bureau of Land Management Director Kathleen Clarke announced a sale on
Wednesday of 13 wild horses to Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue, a
California-based group dedicated to wild horse protection.
The horses, all mares, were sold under a new law that Congress passed in
December 2004. The new law directs the BLM to sell wild horses and
burros that are more than 10 years old or have been unsuccessfully
offered for adoption at least three times. The BLM announced its first
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