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Wild horses will thunder into Santa Fe — on film

Mustangs dash across the Wyoming plains. (Photo by Stephen Lang)
Mustangs dash across the Wyoming plains. (Photo by Stephen Lang)
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Santa Feans love horses and love nature — so The Wild Horse Film Showcase coming on April 4-5 seems like a natural draw.

But residents of the City Different also are famous for deciding what they want to do at the last minute.

Film showcase organizer Jackie Fleming, who runs the Cimarron Sky-Dog reserve, a mustang sanctuary north of Las Vegas., N.M., is worried that people will show up without tickets. While the movie offered 5 p.m. April 4

at Collected Works Bookstore is free, the four slated on April 5 at the New Mexico History Museum auditorium cost $5 each. And the museum doesn’t allow ticket sales at the door.

If you’re interested, then, buy in advance at ticketssantafe.org or go to the Lensic box office. Fleming says she knows of people driving down from Colorado to see the movies and shudders at the thought that people would come a long way and not be able to get in.

A schedule and more info can be found at wildhorsefilmshowcase.blogspot.com/.

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