1. The Unprecedented PROBLEM

1. The Unprecedented PROBLEM

First there was no plan, just a series of bad moves based on one-step-thinking. Now that the predictable and inevitable crisis finally has arisen, the HSUS & ASPCA et al advance an abysmally foolish plan that only makes things worse. Therefore, nothing short of an ingenious and innovative alternative by an outside-the-box thinker is required.

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2. The Unprecedented SOLUTION

2. The Unprecedented SOLUTION

The "HAR PLAN" (HAR = HSUS + ASPCA + RTF) will remove up to 20,000 wild horses a year, and build more holding facilities to confine them for life, costing an extra $50M. In sharp contrast, not only will the MARR PLAN NOT remove a single horse, it will return all captive horses to freedom, while saving $60M for field work. Here's how.

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3. Anthony Marr, award winning activist

3. Anthony Marr, award winning activist

Anthony Marr is an award-winning activist and wildlife preservationist, an author and speaker, who has conducted and led campaigns on saving the Bengal tiger, the Grizzly bear, the Harp seal, the Grey whale, the Bottlenose dolphin, the Whitetail deer... and the Wild horse, and against the wildlife trade, trophy hunting, shark-finning and whaling.

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4. Read about the scam here

4. Read about the scam here

It has come to our attention that those who signed the change.org/p/MARR-PLAN petition were asked by change.org, behind our back, to donate. Thinking that the donation would go to the MARR PLAN Campaign, many donated generously. Well, Change.org has claimed and taken every donation dollar as its own. Read all about it here.

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MARR PLAN MOTORCADE for WILD HORSES

Please click title to see info and graphic. The Houston-to-Dallas FUNERAL MOTORCADE for the SEALS, 2005, was covered by all 4 TV stations in Houson and some in Dallas. The Phoenix-to-Chandler MOTORCADE for LAB ANIMALS was instrumental in closing down Conance Labs. Come join the MARR PLAN MOTORCADE for WILD HORSES!

Open letter to US Congress by Anthony Marr

In February 2019, Congress instructed the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to come up with a solution for the Wild Horse Crisis. 2018 was the year when crisis status was declared. According to the BLM, there were 82,000 wild horses on the range, or 55,000 over-AML (of ~27,000). BLM policy would have the “surplus” horses