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Salt River Wild Horses Living in the Tonto National Forest of Arizona, since the early 1900's are bands of wild horses. They roam free and are unclaimed, unbranded, feral horses known as the Salt River Wild Horses. In 2015 the U.S. forest service declared the herd as "unauthorized livestock" and announced a plan to remove the horses permanently. Advocates for the wild horses came together and formed the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group. They successfully negotiated an agreement with the Arizona Department of Agriculture to allow the horses to stay. SRWHMG, manages the horses and attempts population control. Thankfully, they still roam here today along the lower Salt River, wild and free.
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