"My One Desire" and saving the Onaqui and western wild mustangs and burros.
The next release has come out Christmas eve. It is called My One Desire. It is a combination of my experiences with horses and the issues in Utah and in the western states. The story is about a woman’s love for a wild stallion.
He was released in the wild and she realizes the horse while wild, is an Arabian stallion. She wants the horse in spite of the cost, in order to teach it how to jump. The cover for the song, is a picture of actual wild mustangs from the state of Utah, my friend Trena Gonzales Alverez photographed while there.
I am hoping people will donate to protect these horses that are often killed when they are rounded up using helicopters. As a result, the fear of the herds drive these horses, especially the colts, to be killed or damage their legs and hoofs. It is inhumane and beyond cruel.
We can now sterilize the females and do not need to herd them using helicopters. Too often the older horses do not fair well and are sold on the black market and terminated.
Herding them for adoption with machines that drive them to injury or death is a violation of federal law that was written and passed to protect them and wild burros, in 1971.