Wind, The Story of a Wild Horse Rescue, is a book about America's wild mustang's dangerous plight for survival and potential elimination forever from public lands. In today's world, horses are not a necessity for work or transportation as they once were in the days of the Wild West. Unwanted horses are often abused, abandoned or worse. Handling and management of the wild herds and the inhumanity of the slaughterhouse debate has several sides, making the future of the wild mustang questionable. This book reveals many of life's challenges to wild horses through the eyes, ears, and senses of a young colt named Wind, who is chased by a helicopter and captured in a roundup. The names are fictitious, the events are real. The author hopes the world will realize that wild mustangs should be treated humanely and allowed to live on the public lands that have been set aside for them. Together, we must ensure that future generations of American people will be able to enjoy and love them as living treasures, and not just in the movies. The author, Denise F. Brown grew up next to several horse farms. Her love for horses and animals, and her talent as an equine artist, gave her the courage to write and illustrate this book. Wind is filled with beautiful equine art from her sketchbooks.