Never Forget what Happened at Onaqui — 10 Comments

  1. Mary, your love is evident in every picture you presented. I will keep doing what I can to let people know what is happening and why. I will write more emails to our “leaders” and ask for mercy for our beautiful horse families. It has been soul wrenching for me and I only got to know them through people like you who have been part of the story for years.

  2. Mary, your heart is as big as the ocean. My heart breaks, my spirit wails, my head try’s to figure a way to stop all this unnecessary brutality. But, how do you fight corrupt goverment bodies that are in the pockets of corrupt politicians. All these photos document God’s beautiful sentient beings. Bless you Mary

  3. Thank you for sharing your story and wonderful photos. I can’t imagine how difficult this must be for all those who spent time with the horses. We can only hope that someday soon someone will pay attention and stop the madness. I wish 60 Minutes on CBS would do a longer story on what’s happening to our wild ones.

  4. May Their never ending story forever in our hearts remain. Their tenderness touched our hearts; we tried so hard to keep them free. You and others have been warriors; helping in so many ways. The breath taking photos you and others have taken will be a lasting memory of their lives in the wild. I choke up everytime I think about those round ups. How cruel to think that they are held captive prisoners for who knows how long.

  5. Mary, thank you for this beautiful share from your heart. ♥️ You share so elegantly, vulnerably & your photos speak volumes. It is unbelievable really what has happened. ? Your voice, your photos, your message is making a difference, please keep sharing.

    With gratitude,

    Tara ♥️?♥️

  6. Thank you for sharing these Amazing shots! Love is evident. Keep up the fight folks its not over yet, they are still to round up a lot of horses this summer.

  7. Dear Mary, I don’t know you personally, but I admire your strength and am grateful for your pictures, even if my heart can hardly bear them. Our world is out of joint, greed and selfishness everywhere and I’m ashamed to be an human being because of much what’s happening right now, with humans, animals an our environment.
    I wish you continued strength, send you all my admiration and sympathy. Thank you.

  8. With knowing these magnificent horses as you do Each Day must be very difficult for you. I joined the fight just 2 months before this happened and my heart hurts. I’m with you and will continue to be a voice for the Wild Horses. I believe somehow Good Will Prevail and those responsible will be called out and be Held Accountable. Thank You So Much For What You Do ❤️

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  10. Mary, thank you for sharing your photos and stories of these magnificent horses with us. What happened to the Onaqui is UNCONSCIONABLE! I, like you, hoped that we would be successful in stopping the fateful roundup of these beloved horses, based upon all the attention this impending roundup was getting. I was devastated when the helicopters took to the skies and ran our horses mercilessly until exhausted they were corralled into the trap. The aftermath broke my heart.
    I will be sharing this information and your post regarding the cost of the roundups with my Senators and State Reps. I hope that someday in the near future we will be able to stop these insidious roundups once and for all.

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