For individual state information and full data base of all WHB related statistics pulled from the entire government records (individual, year by year in PDF and images already completed):


While you can go through the entire ‘Fight for Freedom’ data base and likely find exactly what you are looking for (already completed) in its pages, if you would like to explore our government and see how it works, I’ve pulled all the resources together for easy location so you can also research yourself.

Every link below has ‘direct’ connections to the wild horses & burros across America.




US Forest Service



Environmental research is also connected to this project. In order to connect the dots, we have to use the tools available to us. Use maps / links below to find the connections in your projects.






This NATIONAL – HMA data base project will include gatherable information from a multitude of verified sources and combine it all together for a complete access point for wild horses state by state. It will show you FACTS and links to BLM, ROUNDUPS, MEDIA, ADVOCATES, SANCTUARIES, NON PROFITS, YEARLY HISTORY, STATISTICS, RECORDS OF ABUSE, RESEARCH, POLITICS, SLAUGHTER RECORDS, CATTLE INDUSTRY, and any other important data for complete oversight in relation to the BLM’s activity related to the Herd Management Area’s of this nation’s wild horse herds.

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  1. Thanks for this great compilation of facts and figures and guidance on how to act to reverse the terrible injustice to America’s last wild horses and burros!

  2. Please request your ELECTEDS to facilitate the addition of America’s Wild Horses as a Native American Cultural Resource to amend the fatally flawed resource management plans as I sent to Sara Bronin.
    Since the 1976 Kleppe v, New Mexico Supreme Court established the wildlife status for Wild horse and burro herd, the US Fish and Wildlife Service should be accountable for their PROTECTION under the Endangered Species Act. .…/special-planning-designations/acec

    Failure to identify the Wild horse and burro as a Cultural Resource has extinguished many distinct population segments of Native North American Herds. It is the duty of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) to correct this fatal flaw and facilitate the amendment of Resource Management plans.
    In 2015, California legislature added a requirement for incorporating tribal cultural resources into the California Environmental Quality Act. However, existing US laws fail to incorporate assessments of the impacts and effects of proposed projects and activities on communities and American Indian tribes. The concerns in this article go beyond the scope of historic properties as defined by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and includes living cultures and their values as reflected by the environments within which their beliefs systems are based.
    The wild horse/burro as a ”property issue “ was addressed in 1984 when the government had Hughes sign an agreement in which he acknowledged that the adopted horses remained the property of the United States. He was convicted for conversion of government property under Sec 641, a theft provision which requires a showing that the defendant knowingly converted property of the United States. Conversion of the protected inventory/property after capture takes many forms that are prohibited. See

    The evolution of the wild horse and burro today has resulted in herds that have been subjected and adapted to the harshest of environments and predators. But can they survive the biggest threat of all…a government with an extinguishment agenda of America’s Protected Icon?

    Mandates see;

    The First Americans, Their Customs, Art, History and How They Lived
    Chief Consultant Stanley Fried PH.d. ,
    Curator Dept of Anthropology: The American Museum of Natural History

    Brief Summary of multiple tribal horse cultural references:
    The Southwest Indians were the first of all tribes to own horses. They initially tended those of the Spaniards and Europeans, and inevitably came to own and selectively manage their own herds. Being responsible for the horses’ care, Tribal women’s lives were also radically altered as her bridal value was calculated on the number of horses her suitor gave her father.
    By 1770 nearly every grassland tribe was well supplied with mounts and became peerless riders and breeders. To the white man coming onto the Plains, these pintos, duns, and splotched cayuses appeared no match for their own heavy grain fed mounts, yet in battle or on the hunt the Indian’s horses far excelled those of the Europeans. See more:
    The evolution of the wild horse and burro today has resulted in herds that have been subjected and adapted to the harshest of environments and predators. But can they survive the biggest threat of all…a government with an extinguishment agenda of America’s Protected Icon?

    Mandates see;

  3. About extinct,no equine needs fertility control. Court ordered pendley to end roundups and put them back. He instead began historical roundups and haaland stands w dts agenda breaking more laws. The cruelty is heartless. The balance ecosystems cattle are destroying our lands. 1 horse stands amonst thousands of sheep theres No emergency roundup of sheep n cattle! It is a meat mafia. All will die. Its unamerican. They built this country. Foight our wars. Its sickening what blm calls management!

  4. Thank you for from the bottom of my heart for all of this!!! All of God’s creations means everything to me. I protect, preserve, fight and speak up for them! I will share this info with all I know. It is so valuable! ~Tiger

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