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Saginaw Grant American Indian Actor Joins Quest to Save America’s Wild Horses

Saginaw Grant, American Indian Actor, attended the Hollywood screening of Wild Horses & Renegades on November 1st 2012.  Saginaw recently completed filming in the Lone Ranger starring Johnny Depp.  He has joined in solidarity to help save America”s Wild Horses.  Director James Anaquad Kleinert filmed an interview with Saginaw on Nov, 7th. Saginaw will be appearing in the sequel to Wide Horses and Renegades, Rise Of The Renegades, and upcoming film Horse Medicine.

Saginaw Grant American Indian Actor Joins Quest to Save America

Saginaw Grant (left) American Indian Actor Joins Quest to Save America”s Wild Horses

 

2 Responses to Saginaw Grant American Indian Actor Joins Quest to Save America’s Wild Horses

  1. Nina Russo says:

    This is totally asinine an, uncalled for and cruel. The wild mustangs are part of our American heritage. They were put here on this planet because they have a purpose in the ecco system just like the rest of the animals here on our planet. I honestly can not believe someone could put these god given beautiful creatures through hell for their own selfish greedy reasons. It saddens me, and I will continue to fight this until the slaughter houses are closed for good. I don’t know how those greedy low life’s chasing traumatized horses can sleep at night. I know these horses are counting on us to save them and I will do my best to do so.

  2. Joe Soler says:

    I just saw Wild Horses & Renegades. What the BLM is doing to these
    beautiful creatures is unexcusable. My heart is broken for what they have done and are still doing to these animals. No one has the right to
    treat any creature in that manor. Let them live in peace like we would
    want to. They are not harming a thing. Please tell me who to write and
    call. We must shed lite onto what is going on to wild horses and wild
    life in general. Thank You

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