State protects, league cares for wild herd
Up to five small bands of wild horses roam parts of Shannon County north and east of Eminence, according to Jim Smith, a member of the Missouri Wild Horse League and owner of Cross Country Trail Ride.
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#1 Dec 13, 2011
Wow,wait until the Branson nut job poster hears THIS,more horse crap going in or near what they think is their precious river to gripe about and badmouth! Maybe it had better get a lawyer to sue those wild horses or call the cops to have them arrested for crapping near or in the river,LOL!!!!
O Fallon, MO
#2 Dec 13, 2011
ya no s@#$t. lol i stated that a long time ago on the other post and they never had anything to say about that.i also told them they will cross the river when and where they want to. lol
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