They Shoot Horses (With Birth-Control Darts), Don't They?

As the population of wild horses in the U.S. grows, a band of equestrian family planners is taking aim.

TJ Holmes begins each spring by apologizing to the wild horses in Colorado’s Disappointment Valley. Sometimes, she cries.

Ms. Holmes has known many of the roughly 90 mustangs, which roam across public rangeland and a local sanctuary, since they were foals, giving them names like “Houdini,” “Reya” and “Shadow.” Now, she’s got to shoot them.


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