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  • Wild horses find a new home in the hills of San Luis Obispo

    The horse sanctuary group Return to Freedom has reunited a family band of wild horses at SLO Springs Ranch on Prefumo Canyon Road in San Luis Obispo. The group was rounded up from their natural habitat in Nevada in 2010 through the Bureau of Land Management’s efforts to manage open space.

The horse sanctuary group Return to Freedom has reunited a family band of wild horses at SLO Springs Ranch on Prefumo Canyon Road in San Luis Obispo. The group was rounded up from their natural habitat in Nevada in 2010 through the Bureau of Land Management’s efforts to manage open space. Nick Wilson The Tribune
The horse sanctuary group Return to Freedom has reunited a family band of wild horses at SLO Springs Ranch on Prefumo Canyon Road in San Luis Obispo. The group was rounded up from their natural habitat in Nevada in 2010 through the Bureau of Land Management’s efforts to manage open space. Nick Wilson The Tribune

5 wild horses find freedom in hills of SLO after years in captivity

April 20, 2017 06:11 AM