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Read the story of Wild Horses and Renegades and filmmaker James Anaquad Kleinert
in the recent article in Aspen Peak magazine







Willie Nelson & Friends Stand Up for Wild Horses:



Music video for U2’s new hit single, Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses:



09/04/09 – NBC’s The Today Show coverage of the Pryor Mountain wild horses:

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09/03/09 –MSNBC video coverage of the spiritual ride to save the Pryor Mountain wild horses:

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4 Responses to Media

  1. Kim Hannan says:

    I can’t stand the thought of there being no wild horses. I really believe that will be the end of us if that happens. I plan to do what I can to stop this.

  2. Lucie Bisson says:

    I am currently the PR person for Rockin T Equine Rescue, Inc. which is a non-profit farm. The farm is in financial distress right now. I have been trying to contact celebrities to help since January 27, 2012 and haven’t gotten any responses yet??? The owner of the farm is Janet Tuttle, which is my dear friend.
    This is her story…
    As a young girl watching the powerful stallions racing around the track, Janet Tuttle was in awe of their beauty and unwavering grace. Her fascination manifested into a lifelong mission to care for these horses when all others had given up. She began … See Morecollecting money for sick and injured horses and soon found herself foregoing vacations and spending sleepless nights in the barn just to nurse ailing animals back to health. Janet’s dedication and compassion inspired others to follow suit. Soon family members and friends were helping Janet establish the Rockin’ T Equine Rescue. In 1996, the sanctuary officially opened its doors as a non profit organization and Janet’s lifelong dream finally became a reality. The shelter grew immensely and is now home to a wide array of not only standard and miniature horses, but also to sheep, goats, dogs, cats, emus, and a llamas. In 2005, Janet and Andy Tuttle were recognized for their epic work at the ‘Night of the Stars’ gala celebration. They were awarded the aptly named U.S. Harness Writers Unsung Hero Award. And while this award is certainly a wonderful compliment to the work the Rescue team does; it is not nearly as gratifying as the simple neighs of appreciation they receive every day in the barn. The farm is Maine’s second largest horse sanctuary, situated on a vast 38 acre plot, houses elderly, sick, or otherwise rejected horses and an assortment of other animals as well. And while the sanctuary owners have hearts that are deep and bottomless, their pockets are not. With expenses rising at unprecedented rates, the average annual cost of $2000 to care for just one horse has nearly doubled in the past year, and will most likely continue to increase. These staggering figures emphasize just how important donations are to these creatures. Donation’s are tax deductible under the 510(c)(3) IRS tax codes. Rockin’ T Equine Rescue “Creating a haven of peace, support, and security soothing enough to heal even the deepest wounds, one animal at a time…”
    In closing, I do know that the farm is in great need of repairs, food, and medical care for all the animals. Her hay bill is around $15,000.00 alone back due. So you can imagine the great need of help for this rescue farm! There is one elderly man, Warren that volunteers each day to help Janet. He never asks for anything in return and has the biggest heart for giving! The farms web site is: http://www.rockintequinerescue.co​m which there is no money to keep it updated. The e-mail and the donate now are currently not working on the site. I have been posting for help on FB pages. Since, Jan. 27, 2012 the counter on the site went up 3,430 visitors. YAHOO! I am getting visitors, but no donations or help yet. If you could please help make Janet’s dream continue, it would be greatly appreciated! You can also check Janet out on FB. Just type in Janet Tuttle to see more about the farm. Thank You for your time reading this and we hope to hear from you soon! Please come to Lisbon Falls, Maine as you would meet Janet and see first hand what she does everyday from her Heart for her family and animals.
    Please, if there is anyone out there, that can help… call me @ 1-207-576-5922 Sincerely, Lucie

  3. Aloha,
    Almost 20 years ago, I was fortunate to see a herd of wild mustangs in Southern Oregon and it was without a doubt one of the most beautiful, breathtaking, spiritually moving experiences of my life. It was almost 20 years ago and to this day the entire vision is seared in my mind. Thank you for your work.

  4. Emma says:

    It is so sad that the wild horses are being taken and broken! The horses we call “wild” are not really wild! Thayer are on someone’s land! And the person who owns the land thinks that the horses are there’s! I’m southern and I have seen “wild” horses. My brother watches mares in those herds give birth and then he takes the horses and make them nurse to other mares and then brakes them. I am Emma and I am against taking and braking truly wonderful horses….

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