A quest to save mustangs

This is a just a smidgen of the story of Alan Day’s efforts to manage wild mustangs. In the 1980s, the Tucson, Arizona cowboy acquired his third ranch, which happened to be located in southern South Dakota. As Alan Day tells the story, on his ranch, he managed wild mustangs that were owned by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. His book, The Horse Lover, tells the entire story, but Mr. Day told me some it in a phone call. There’s much more in the book, including the forward, written by Alan’s sister Sandra Day O’Connor.

AUDIO: Alan Day (3 min. MP3)

AUDIO: Alan Day (30 min. MP3)

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