Pryor Mountain Lawsuit

This lawsuit was brought forth because of BLM's decision to roundup the Pryor Mountain herd in September of 2009. Attorneys Valerie Stanley & Bruce Wagman continue to work hard on this case, which seeks to raise the appropriate management level of the herd (now stands at 90-120 horses). The Forest Service currently denies wild horse use in the Custer National Forest and erected a 2 mile-long fence to block the horses from using that crucial grazing ground. Plaintiffs for the case are the Cloud Foundation, Front Range Equine Rescue, & Carol Walker.

Legal Documents Related to this Matter:

Pryors Complaint - Verified Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief - 8/28/09
Affidavit of James Sparks - 8/31/2009
Memorandum In Reply to BLM's Opposition to Plaintiff's Motion for Temporary Restraining Order and/or Preliminary Injunction - 9/1/2009
Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Plaintiff's Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order - 9/1/2009
Pryors Opinion and Order - 11/19/2013
Notice of Appeal - 4/21/2014

Kayah Swanson