Monday, July 14, 2008

Wild Horse Euthenasia...and Soapy Six Packs!

A couple weeks ago the BLM announced that the budget cannot afford to feed all the horses that are currently in holding facilities here in the west. 30,000 mustangs are running free on the ranges, while another 30,000 are in long term holding facilities. Those in holding are literally eating up the budget.

While there's not much most of us can do single~handedly to solve this issue, there is something you can do to change the lives of two wild mustangs.

This weekend I’ll be driving down to Molalla, OR where I’ll pick up two mustangs and transport them back up here where I’ll be giving gentling demonstrations, then adopting them out at our fair in August. But I need your help! Fuel is costly, and my budget, much like the BLM’s, has been greatly diminished with all the hauling I’ve done this year.

If you’d like to help make a difference, please consider purchasing a Soapy Six Pack! Regularly $6 bar, you can purchase the six pack for only $20, plus priority flat rate shipping of $9.80 between now and Wednesday, July 9. In fact, to sweeten the deal even more, I'll toss in Cowboy Kisses, the lip balm featuring my favorite Forgetful Cowboy from the Wild Horse Corrals in Oregon on the label!

Please join me in helping to place America's Living Legends!


Callie said...

Ok, Tracey, I have to wait until payday on Friday, so I'll purchase early next week. Sounds like a great deal and a good way to help the horses!

Tracey said...

Thank you, Callie!

Mrs. Mom said...

Cant wait to see what the new horses look like, and hear how the demos go.

You got a special touch there TRacey, and it is great that you share it with us all in the equi-blogosphere too!

Misty's Mom said...

Hello. You seem to be the kind of person who would know the answer to this question: Has the BLM gone through the euthanization of Cloud, his herd, and all the others who were scheduled to be eliminated from existence. Sorry for the bitterness if it bothers you, but I find this whole situation very bitter itself. Thank you for any help you have, and I wish that I could donate to your cause, but I don't think I am allowed to hand out other people's