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Interestingly enough there have been documentaries, books, and lots of prime time news coverage on these two herds over the years. In addition armies of volunteers work getting the word out and help with the processing and special needs horses.
JoAnna Says that not only is there 100% adoption but the only Kiger horses remotely destined for Long Term Holding are those that are taken off the range that are 25 years or older. Yet, even these aging Kiger horses are highly desired for adoption even though they are past their prime.
This sort of support helps keep the horses in the public eye while protecting it as well. What really makes the difference is the army of volunteers who work with the agencies administrating the Wild Mustangs to find piratical solutions that are in the end helpful in preserving both the history and the well being of the Wild Horses.