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More Horses Rescued

Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang has picked up 7 new horses from the ISPMB. Matt and Palomino worked together with the president of ISPMB to select the horses that needed the most help. It is going to cost approximately $2500 to get the males gelded and to take care of all the hooves that are in need of trimming. Please consider a donation to help – no amount is too small. You can donate through Let ‘em Run on our Donate page, or directly to Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang here http://www.chillypepper.org/donate--support.html

Saved!

This is what it's all about. The little girl from Idaho, who's rehabilitation from a horrible accident includes caring for (brushing and grooming) horses, lost her horse to old age just a few weeks ago. She and her family were finally able to make the drive to Nevada and met "Big Girl", at Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang this last Monday. They instantly fell in love. Pictured here with her father and little brother, they take a ride around the corral. In the second photo, she rides Big Girl alone and takes a "Victory Lap". These two photos serve as proof that the long days and many sleepless nights by the dedicated advocates of these horses contributes to a better quality of life and directly

Lots to Celebrate

We are Celebrating!! Thanks to the efforts of the Let ‘em Run Foundation and its supporters and partners, over 100 horses have been rescued and adopted out to forever homes so far this year. This work is the primary mission for the Foundation, and we are so happy to see such wonderful success.

The Last Wild Place Sanctuary - a Mustang Preserve

Let ‘em Run is investigating sustainable solutions to offer to The Last Wild Place Sanctuary – a Mustang Preserve being planned in the high Nevada desert outside Winnemucca. For information on The Last Wild Place, see their website at http://lastwildplace.us/

ISPMB Needs Your Help

The International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros (ISPMB), founded in 1960 by Wild Horse Annie, needs your help. ISPMB is offering many of its horses for adoption, and the monies will be used to buy hay for to feed the rest of the horses through the winter. Adoption fees range mostly from $125 - $500. If you are interested in a new horse, please check out the ones at IPSMB, and contact Karen Sussman at ISPMB@lakotanetwork.com. The weather can change quickly so sooner is better. Let's help get some horses placed in new great homes before winter comes.

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