A Cowboy Fights to Protect the Wilderness, and Our Nation’s Wild Horses

Dayton O. Hyde describes the 13,000 acres of land in South Dakota that is home to his Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, along with the wild horses that live there, as “a national treasure.” Hyde hi…

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