License plates to help wild horses

25 02 2007

Niiiice. Too bad I don't have a car. Or live in Nevada

Sally Summers displays the original painting that will be used for a wild horse plate before testifying Jan. 22 before the commission on specialty license plates. It was created by wildlife artists Jim McKew and Kelly Six.

Not content with merely honouring wild horses on coins, Nevada has gone a step further and added a wild horse and burro design as an option on state license plates. Proceeds from the plates, which should be available in a few months, will go to the nonprofit group Horse Power. Link

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2 responses

27 02 2007
MiKael

Cool! Wish Washington had something like that but guess we don’t have any wild horses. It sure would be amazing to get to see an actual herd of wild horses.

27 02 2007
Molly

I may have to move to Las Vegas for one of those. (Maybe not.) Very nice idea.

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