Return to Freedom
Are wild horses truly "wild," as an indigenous species in North America, or are they "feral weeds" – barnyard escapees, far removed genetically from their prehistoric ancestors? The question at ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
Modern horses, zebras, and asses belong to the genus Equus, the only surviving genus in a once diverse family, the Equidae. Based on fossil records, the genus appears to have ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
The wild mustang, free from the constraints of a saddle and spurs, roaming the great expanse with a wind-swept mane, has long been a powerful symbol of the American West, ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Sunset Magazine
"Horse people,” a guy named Monty in a cowboy hat tells me, “always cry when they leave here.” We are at Mustang Monument, a 900-square-mile luxury eco resort and wild-horse ... Read More
September 22, 2016AnnieFannie
The Cloud Foundation
The Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971 (Public Law 92-195) as written outlines everything the wild horses and burros need. There’s very little wrong with the law. It’s ... Read More
September 22, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
History from 1975-2010 By Laura Moretti, The Animals Voice Fifty million years ago, a small dog-like creature called Eohippus, meaning “dawn horse,” evolved on the North American continent. In fact, ... Read More
October 28, 2015AnnieFannie
Did you know?We have Return to Freedom masks!

Peekaboo Masks is donating 35% of its sales from limited-edition masks that feature the wild horses and burros at our American Wild Horse Sanctuary.