PO Box 55
Lantry, SD 57636-0055
HOW TO WIN:
For those who wish to contribute $5,000 or more to ISPMB, we invite you to be our guests among the 300+ wild mustangs at our beautiful South Dakota ranch. As one of the oldest and most reputable wild horse and burro organizations in the country, we are deeply touched by your advocacy and commitment to animals. In thanks, we would like to share one of the most rare and irreplaceable experiences in the United States.
Located on 680 acres in the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation, ISPMB is dedicated to the rare blend of land preservation, wild horse conservation, and the protection of Native American heritage. National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Stephen Spielberg’s film crew, and the Associated Press have all recognized the historical significance of this effort, and made repeated visits to photograph our horses and the beautiful landscape on which they live.
Your host, Karen Sussman, will collect you from Rapid City Airport.
Alternately, you may wish to use our nearby Eagle Butte airstrip.
From Rapid City, you will enjoy the extraordinarily scenic 2.5 hour drive through the Plains where we will see deer, antelope, buffalo, eagles, and hawks.
Photographers and journalists from National Geographic, Vanity Fair, and other publications have all enjoyed the African theme guest room overlooking the summer wildflowers, winter snows, and of course the best view of all – the 500 wild mustangs on this famously photographed 680-acre ranch.
*Please note this is a private ranch. You will be the only guests.
“This was the best place we visited in all of our travels throughout the United States, while researching our story for the Indian Renaissance.” -National Geographic