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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Saving Our Nation's Wild Horses

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation, Ginger Kathrens July 4 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about her work with the wild horses as well as her work with the The Cloud Foundation. 

Ginger Kathrens is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, an award-winning author, and the Executive Director of the Cloud Foundation, a non-profit organization named for the newborn colt she documented tottering out of the trees in front of her camera over 18 years ago. Her revealing journey with Cloud and the rest of the Pryor Mountain wild horses of Montana is told in three acclaimed PBS: NATURE documentaries: Cloud: Wild Stallion of the Rockies, Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns, and Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions. She has written three companion books about Cloud and dozens of magazine articles about wild horses and the struggle to them in the wild.  Cloud’s story represents the only continuing documentation of a wild animal from birth in our Hemisphere and Kathrens’ work has been compared to J protect ane Goodall’s experiences with Chimpanzees. Ginger lives on her ranch in southern Colorado with her Spanish mustangs Flint and Sky, as well as her Pryor mustangs Trace and Sax. Coming soon is the bay colt she documented at the February, 2013 Swasey Mountains Roundup in central Utah.

Ginger Kathrens met a wild, black stallion named Raven in the low country of the Pryor Wild Horse Range in March of 1994. She never imagined that their chance meeting would change her life. When two of Raven’s three foals were killed in a disastrous BLM roundup that fall, she pledged to change the “business as usual” behavior of an agency unwisely chosen to protect wild horses on our public lands.  A year into her journey with Raven, his pale palomino son was born. She named the tottering newborn, Cloud. Through her PBS/Nature documentaries and books about his exciting life, Cloud has become an international celebrity and a symbol for the struggles of all wild horses in the West—a struggle to live in freedom with their families. Cloud and Kathrens continue to educate people of all ages and to inspire them to join in the campaign to preserve America’s native mustangs. It is my pleasure to introduce Emmy award-winning filmmaker, and executive director of the Cloud Foundation, Ginger Kathrens

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Tune into on July 4 at 1 pm eastern to listen to Ginger Kathrens share her experiences with the wild horses and to learn more about The Cloud Foundation. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

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