Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio
“Although it is our preference to have wild equines managed on their rightful range and not ripped apart from family and freedom but it is good to see that there a few programs out that that can assist those who have already been stricken and harassed. With good training, the odds of the horses finding a forever home are greatly improved versus heading off to slaughter like way, way to many national icons already have. I hope the very best for them.” ~ R.T.
The Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in Sacramento County is now the temporary home of 20 wild horses. Inmates at the jail will train them as part of a new program.
A four-year old mare is warming up to Joe Misner as he gently encourages her to follow him around a small corral. “Now you got it,” he says. He has…
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