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I think the pictures speak for themselves. I wonder how many foals get abandoned because it looks like they are chasing them full out? And this isn't the first time horses have been chased through barbed wire during roundups. If cameras aren't allowed at the catch pens, then there is no way for the media to capture images of what injuries those horses may have. I hope they get sued, as that helicopter was way too close. I get that roundups are necessary, but they shouldn't be done like this!

https://americanwildhorsecampaign.org/media/sulphur-roundup-august-7-2018

http://www.wildhoofbeats.com/blog/w...-fences-do-not-mix-checkerboard-roundup-day-8
 

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The first photos are not dated and could be from any time at all.
The second photos are from October 2017.

Feral horse management is between a rock and hard place. Practical solutions are not politically/cultureally viable, and romantic solutions are not practically viable.
 
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