UPDATE from Madeleine Pickens

Dear Friends,

We have spent two very successful days in Elko County this week at the Spruce Ranch:  the new home of the Saving America’s Mustangs’ Wild Horse Eco Sanctuary.

It was truly a pleasure to see the existing herd roaming free on the land. This is such an exciting time for all of us, because the dream is finally becoming a reality.

Please keep in mind that Rome wasn’t built in a day, and I’m sure, like with any new project, this will take us a little time to do the paperwork required to start development. However, in the past months, we have grown closer and closer to getting this underway and we are working tirelessly to get this completed as soon as possible for our mustangs. We know you have all been behind us throughout this entire process and we are very grateful for your support.

We look forward to creating a living museum and being a part of the great American legacy: our American Mustangs. We can’t wait to have you and your families visit us on opening day!

Very Sincerely,

Madeleine Pickens + all the Wild Mustangs

Click the pictures below to view the latest SAM Cam Update from this trip:

To view more videos and photos from this trip, please visit our website and our Facebook Fan Page.

Chyba, a retired Army Military Working dog and a wonderful addition to our family, shared a link with us. Saving America’s Mustangs and our American wild horses salute our American troops and heroes for the freedom they give us!
Link to Video

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One thought on “UPDATE from Madeleine Pickens

  1. I am a painter and passionate about your cause of rescuing our Wild Mustangs….I am now in the process of painting a series on them trying to capture peoples attention on how these horses must be saved from the round ups by our government and the slaughter houses. Thank you for your dedication and love in your heart for these incredible animals!!!

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