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After meeting with trueCOWBOY-


magazine’s Editor, Cate Crismani, Tanna became aware of the plight of the wild mustangs and felt she had to contribute and help raise awareness of this dire


issue. “As a kid, I went to stay with my Godmother/ Aunt Barb in Grinnell, Iowa


every summer. Her husband raised ‘coon dogs and horses”, says Tanna, “I would ride bare-back on her horses with my


brother, and those are some of my favorite memories”, she laughs, “Of course, being in Iowa, we had all the wonderful state


fairs and horse shows galore, and I would support and help friends and family out


getting ready to show their horses. Also, my uncles and aunts have always had horses, mostly Paints and Quarters.”


Tanna, “People need to take action and write the BLM to stop the roundup of wild Mustangs and demand changes in the Wild Horses and Burro Program. mane. Period. The horses are poorly transported in inadequately sized vehicles


“The inexcusable treatment of Wild Mustangs has gone on for far too long,” says It is inhu-


where they are deprived of food, injured, and other forms of mismanagement occur which lead to sickness and death. It’s a huge process to stop but we have to speak up and come together in order to compete with the large cattle companies and oil


conglomerates that are wiping out these creatures of national heritage for their own profit. I am very thankful to be a part of trueCOWBOYmagazine and “Calamity” Cate’s allegiance to stopping the death of tens of thousands of wild Mustangs. I


appreciate this publication’s bravery, fight and continuous, necessary literature to keep Americans in the loop of this travesty as well as give us a place to come together and protest.”


“Wild Mustangs represent freedom, beauty, and are the key to our history in this


country as well as a key to our future,” continues Tanna, “The diminishing popula- tion of any species; American Eagles, sharks, alligators, throws off the balance of our planet and ultimately threatens our own survival, our children’s survival. Our wild spirit cannot be broken, must not be broken, and I believe we are so intrinsi-


cally tied spiritually to the Wild Mustangs that we will break our own spirits if we lose the battle of Wild Mustangs to the big players and monetary giants that have an economic driven agenda.”


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