Column One Auction sends wild horses to sanctuary — or slaughter Rescuers of wild mustangs, checkbooks in hand, duel with the government and ‘kill buyers’ who seek horses for slaughterhouses. By John Glionna
The semis would rumble down country roads packed full of wild horses. Truckload after truckload, sometimes 36 horses at a time, all with the same destination: a ranch in the small town of La Jara, Colo.
A new prairie ranch in Nevada, in the heart of the American west, teaches lessons about life, emotions – and wild mustangs "There's everything out here: wild elk, bobcats, ghost towns … and horses," says
We can fight off the sandman for a while, but after a certain point, sleeplessness leads to temporary madness and – just maybe – death, discovers Adam Hadhazy. People start to hallucinate and go a bit