Sale of wild horses to Indian tribes
The Bureau of Land Management announced last week that it is selling
more than 500 wild horses to two Indian Tribes in the Dakotas under a
new law passed by Congress.
The BLM has sold 141 wild horses (105 mares and 36 studs) to the Rosebud
Sioux of South Dakota and 120 horses (96 mares and 24 studs) to the
Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota. Completion of other sales to
these tribes will take place over the next several weeks.
BLM Director Kathleen Clarke said, &...
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