Story by Scott Sonner as published on The Spectrum Sandoval urges relaxed grazing restrictions as drought wanes RENO, Nev. – Gov. Brian Sandoval is urging the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to reconsider livestock grazing restrictions in northeast Nevada, saying that may now be unwarranted given a wet winter […]
By Dan McSweeney as published on the New York Post “…the image of the mounted warrior serves to weave a thread of continuity through our history as a people…” It’s easy to sleepwalk through New York City without noticing everywhere around us the evidence of our military men […]
by Adam Gabbatt as published on The Guardian “With a flowing black mane, strong torso and noble bearing, his supporters have described him as ‘magnificent’ and ‘sexy’ – and he’s even been offered film roles…” The owner of Frederik the Great, hailed as “the most handsome horse in […]
Source: wildhoofbeats.com Adobe Town Family by Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation, Wild Horse Freedom Federation The Appropriations Sub-Committee on the Interior will be voting next week in Washington D.C. on the BLM’s Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Request. We need you to send your opposition comments to the […]
by R.T. Fitch, president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation “We rescued the horses from the lower pastures before the water swallowed everything…” 12+ inches of rain in only a few hours and our rescued horses, cats, dog, Terry and I are huddled together on top of our little […]
by Michaelle Bond, Staff Writer of Philly.com “She is just the sweetest, sweetest horse I’ve ever met…” Unlike her husband, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart, Tracey Stewart isn’t comfortable in front of cameras – something she isn’t shy about acknowledging. But she stood in front of more […]
“For years we have verified and reported on the BLM’s junk science, bogus numbers, poor math and yet they continue to spew nonsense, propaganda and misinformation to the ever eager and uninformed mainstream media. From buzzwords like ‘feral’ and ‘overpopulation’ the BLM spins tales of doom and gloom about the upcoming apocalypse of the wild ones while ignoring the profiteering of welfare ranchers whose subsidized, private cattle out number protected wild horses and burros by 100s to 1 on our public lands.
Once again, our avid researcher, Grandma Gregg, has discovered yet another number published by the BLM that would make one believe that our wild burros are reproducing faster than cloned rabbits. If it were not so illegal and sad it would be funny.” ~ R.T.
“The war against our native wild horses and burros takes on many faces as the BLM turns up the volume in it’s mission to mismanage our federally protected wild equines into extinction while catering to grazing, hunting, mining and other special interests.” ~ R.T.
FoxNews.com “When the horse came up to him he actually opened his eyes…” Vietnam veteran Roberto Gonzalez’s final wish was granted Saturday when he was reunited with his beloved horses — Ringo and Sugar — outside of a Texas VA hospital. Gonzalez, of Premont, Texas, who was shot […]
By Steve Almasy, CNN “A total of 4,649 thoroughbreds…died in racetrack-related incidents from 2009 to 2015…” Two racehorses died Saturday at Pimlico Race Course, site of the Preakness Stakes to be held later in the day. Homeboykris collapsed after the first race of the day while walking back […]
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