Galloping to Freedom
A CANA Foundation initiative in conjunction with acclaimed author and photographer Carol J. Walker
137-page hardcover with dust jacket, large format, full color book including over 200 of Carol’s incredibly moving wild horse photos. With a foreword by Steve Israel, Member of United States Congress, Galloping to Freedom is equally suitable for coffee table browsers, fine art photography admirers, or the libraries of serious equine science students.
Every book purchase helps make a positive change in the world. A portion of book proceeds is dedicated to building programs that support the rewilding and protection of America’s wild horse populations. This is CANA Foundation’s founding movement and will continue to be our primary rewilding focus.
Cana Projects is very excited to announce the release of Galloping to Freedom: Saving the Adobe Town Appaloosas, the latest book by multiple-award winning author and photographer Carol J. Walker. Galloping to Freedom is equally suitable for coffee table browsers, fine art photography admirers, or the libraries of serious equine science students. Appendices offer information on wild horse advocacy efforts, CANA Foundation, and the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary.
The story features Walker’s evocative photographs and poignant prose as she documents the story of rescuing the stallion she named Bronze Warrior and his band of mares and offspring from different BLM holding facilities following the infamously heartbreaking BLM 2014 Checkerboard Roundup in Wyoming. Like every satisfying animal story, the venture is not without difficulties and sorrows, but ultimately, this is a tale of triumph and joy as Bronze Warrior and his band are at last reunited in a place where they could live out their lives together, safe and undisturbed. Best of all, it is all true.