The Transportation and Assistance Network for At-Risk Equines

Transportation and management of emergency events for equines in trouble

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South Dakota reaches settlement transferring control of 520 at-risk horses to Fleet of Angels; Public’s help needed in massive rescue operation

January 28, 2017

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Public’s help urgently needed in massive S.D. wild horse rescue and adoption effort

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Fleet of Angels: Elaine Nash, (970) 799-1000

Return to Freedom: Neda DeMayo, (805) 737-9246

Horses endure blizzard-like conditions near Lantry, S.D.

Lantry, S.D.–A team of seven is working long hours in blizzard-like conditions to place 520 at-risk horses in new homes as part of one of the largest horse rescues in U.S. history.


Control of the privately owned horses was recently transferred from the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros to Fleet of Angels as part of a settlement agreement between ISPMB and South Dakota state’s attorneys.


On Oct. 11, 2016, the court in Ziebach and Dewey counties impounded 810 ISPMB horses following a finding of neglect. A consortium of equine welfare organizations worked with state and local officials to prevent the horses going to public auction, where most of the horses would have fallen into the hands of kill buyers.


The support of the public is now critically important to the success of the rescue and adoption effort. In addition to the funds already spent, an estimated additional $250,000 will be need to be raised in order to complete the rescue mission.


Donations are urgently needed to pay for labor, veterinary and farrier care, among other costs. Funds to subsidize transporting the horses have been depleted, and the feed bill alone will reach $40,000 per month until each horse reaches an approved home or s