Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Plates For Wild Horses

Reno, Nev. — KRNV reports The Nevada Commission on Special License Plates has approved an application for the specialty plate featuring wild horses and burros, which will help raise money for the animals.

In order to be issued, 1,000 people must sign up for the license plate. A portion of Nevada Department of Motor Vehicle fees for the special plates will go to a nonprofit groups that care for abandoned, injured, abused and hungry wild horses and burros. The group says the idea for the plate began eight years ago when 33 wild horses were found slaughtered in Storey County.

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