On May 14, 2013, NBC’s Today Show aired a segment called “Wild But Not Free,” a special report by NBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Lisa Myers. The story featured an interview with the legendary singer, songwriter, and RTF supporter Carole King. Carole is pictured here during the NBC interview with our lovely Isadora Cruce, who was the 2010 Breyer Spanish Colonial mustang model! Major gratitude to Carole for taking the time to speak up for wild horses and to Lisa Myers for covering this important story!

Opposed to the roundups: Carole King
Singer-songwriter says she has three primary objections to the roundups: “They’re cruel and inhumane … they break up families … they cost taxpayers millions and millions of dollars.” To watch the video online, click here.

Horses are wild — but not free
Controversy over the Bureau of Land Management’s roundups of wild horses and burros ranging over 10 Western states is coming to a head, with ranchers, horse advocates and even the government acknowledging that the program is heading toward crisis. NBC News’ Lisa Myers has the story. To watch the segment online, click here.

To read the related news article, “Cruel or Necessary? The True cost of wild horse roundups,” click here.