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A horse is a horse, of course

Dear editor: It is sad that some folks will spend their time, money and expertise publicly and blatantly to find/finance land for “wild” horses and try to give them a longer, better life on no less than 80 acres…totally shows how misinformed and uned

Dear editor:

It is sad that some folks will spend their time, money and expertise publicly and blatantly to find/finance land for “wild” horses and try to give them a longer, better life on no less than 80 acres…totally shows how misinformed and uneducated they are about the issue.

Real issues, as in abused kids, homelessness, domestic violence, etc., are worthy of such passion and discussion. Setting up a home for old horses is not. Nothing against old horses, but really…a horse is a horse is a horse — a person is a person is a person.

Jill Richards




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