KBR Wild Horse and Burro News

Part Two

Lacy J. Dalton and her Wild Horse Activities
Anyone who has ever met Lacy J. Dalton soon recognizes her dynamic energy, compassion and dedication to Nevada's wild horses. She and her husband Aaron Anderson have undertaken some incredible accomplishments that have benefitted these magnificent animals.

They started the Let 'em Run Foundation that is dedicated to preserving Nevada's wild horses. They along with a number of their talented friends produced Wild Horse Crossing, a wonderful collection of original wild horse related melodies. Run, Mustang, Run from the album is the official theme song for the national Wild Horse Workshop.

Lacy and Aaron have assisted and supported the Virginia Range Wildlife Protection Association for many years. The VRWPA is the front line advocacy and rescue organization for the Nevada Comstock wild horses.

Lacy's adopted wild horse
Comstock Mackay

All of us who know them admire their dedication and commitment to wild horse causes.

Lacy, Aaron and accompanist Steven Earl Swinford came to Golden, Colorado and put on a benefit performance at Wild Horse Workshop 2000. They were talented. They were fun. They brought the house down. They performed a wonderful mix of classic and original songs.

If the Girls from Santa Cruz production is any thing like that performance (and from the looks of things it's going to be even better), this will be a "can't miss" concert!

Aaron and Lacy at
Wild Horse Workshop 2000, Golden, CO

Considering that this concert benefits wild horses, it is the event to attend this summer for any country / folk music fans who are also wild horse enthusiasts!

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