Wild horse advocates oppose state's bid intervene in court case

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By Horsetalk
 
Wild horse advocates fighting a legal battle to stop the removal of mustangs from Wyoming’s so-called checkerboard lands are opposing efforts by the state to intervene in their case against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Governor Matt Mead has voiced his support for the roundup targeting more than 800 horses and said the state would seek to intervene in the case

However, the plaintiffs in the action, the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, the Cloud Foundation, Return to Freedom, Carol Walker, and Kimerlee Curyl this week filed papers opposing Wyoming’s motion to intervene in the lawsuit.

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