Wyoming – A number of protestors have been battling with the Bureau of Land Management over roundups of wild horses. B-L-M Director Bob Abbey says there are five times more horses in the wild than the range can sustain. This imbalance can harm other species. But groups such as In Defense of Animals want the horses left alone and have enlisted celebrities to write the President to ask for his help. This has enraged other groups, including one in Wyoming. Sue Wallis is the director of what is called the United Organizations of the horse. Wallis has been attacked by some for supporting wild horse roundups, but she told Bob Beck the B-L-M is doing the right thing.