Confirmed victory

My name is Robin, and I'm 11 years old (that's me in this photo by Cynthia Smalley, with Thor, a mustang she rescued from government holding pens!) People call me “Wild Mustang Robin” because I want to save wild horses like Wild Horse Annie, who got the government to pass laws protecting the horses of the American West. But I'm worried that the government isn't keeping its promise.

I started this petition with my mom because we read a news report about a man named Tom Davis who bought hundreds of wild horses from the government, some for as little as $10. Now no one knows where they are. I am afraid they were killed because the article also said he supports horse slaughter and he's friends with people who are known for killing horses.

The government is supposed to be protecting wild horses, but instead they use helicopters to round them up and send them to holding facilities. The holding facilities fill up and they sell the horses to people like Tom Davis without a way to make sure the horses don't end up slaughtered.

We need to restore the basic protections that Wild Horse Annie won for horses and make sure they're not sold for slaughter. Help me tell the government to stop selling our wild horses and start protecting them.

This petition was delivered to:
  • Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse Program
  • Acting Director, Bureau of Land Management
    Mike Pool
  • Acting Deputy Director, Bureau of Land Management
    Neil Kornze


    Robin Warren and Denise DeLucia started this petition with a single signature, and won with 132,887 supporters. Start a petition to change something you care about.