Why Did the 2010 Calico Roundup Occur in the Dead of Winter?

28 Sep

A Stallion’s Courage

 

Why Did the 2010 Calico Roundup Occur in the Dead of Winter?

Because the contractor didn’t get the holding facility finished until December, instead of September. A contractor with no experience at holding wild horses. The roundup alone cost over $1,000,000 to drive horses at high-speed, young or pregnant, over rocky volcanic ground for up to 10+ miles.

 

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One Response to “Why Did the 2010 Calico Roundup Occur in the Dead of Winter?”

  1. Barbara Warner September 28, 2014 at 12:42 pm #

    The BLM does whatever and whenever it wants too, and soon I’m afraid our wild horses will be extinct. Hoping and praying for a miracle .

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