Fewer than 17,000 wild horses remain in the U.S., down from 2,000,000 in 1900; Ryden's narrative tells what has happened to them and why. In a 1970 review, PW called this "a richly researched and well-written book with an unusual appeal." Photos.
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This is the way it was and yet still is today.Compelling horse advocacy by Hope Ryden'.A must read if you want to help protect and preserve the remaining wild horses and burros~Published 4 months ago by christine fairbanks
My, is it easy to get spoiled with color photos in books now! The combination of this book and her newer works, with color photos, tells the story of mustangs beautifully.Published 6 months ago by Yvonne Zweede-Tucker
Really controversial subject, as far as I'm concerned the slaughter houses need to pass go again. I always wondered if these horses are "saved" does that mean they live... Read morePublished 23 months ago by peaceyeti