Yes ladies and gentlemen, “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis, the embarrassment of Wyoming is now a internet sensation with the new release of “”The Ballad of Slaughterhouse Sue” video. Just last week Rep. Sue Wallis publicly broke her own state’s gaming laws by soliciting for raffle tickets for a Nevada […]
by Sandra Olsen of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History This Behind the Scenes article was provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation. Paleolithic hunters in Europe and Asia began exploiting horses for meat thousands of years ago when the last continental glaciers disappeared, yet […]
Collected and written by Simone Netherlands, founder of respect4horses The burden of caring is indeed great for it is essentially allowing the pain of another to transfer into you. It is easy to be discouraged by the evil of what we are up against, easy to feel the […]
Modern horses, zebras, and asses belong to the genus Equus, the only surviving genus in a once diverse family, the Equidae. Based on fossil records, the genus appears to have originated in North America about 4 million years ago and spread to Eurasia (presumably by crossing the Bering land bridge) 2 to 3 million years ago.
by Jerry Finch, Founder and President of Habitat for Horses We just purchased a Bald Cypress for our land and were sitting under the spreading willow tree last evening discussing the facts of life as we know them. Although I realize that I’m nowhere near the age where […]
by R.T. Fitch, author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart“ Thank you, Great Spirit, for the blessing of today. We give thanks for the gift of this day; for being granted another opportunity to be alive from when the sun comes up until it retreats into […]
CHICAGO, (EWA) – The Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA) applauds the decision by the US Department of Justice to postpone the December 1 scheduled round-up of wild horses in the Calico Complex of Nevada. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has received in excess of 10,000 public comments on […]