By Kirk Mitchell as published in/on the Denver Post Drought, fire damage means more horses will die this winter, group says A herd of 800 wild mustangs have been able to cross burned areas of the Boone Draw wildfire to access water tanks set up for them, but […]
By: Danielle Miller from Fox10Phoienx.com Volunteers from the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group northeast of the Valley fell victim to a shooting over the weekend and now two people are behind bars. Sunday just after 5:00 p.m. volunteers were finishing feeding the horses at their rescue along […]
By Amy Hanchey After months in the making 17 wild horses from Fort Polk , Louisiana completed the long journey to Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary on Saturday September 15th, 2018. These 17 horses were part of the May 2018 Round Up. Circumstances surrounding this round up are explained in […]
“Time to take a break from the storms, legal battles and selfless energies that so many of you give to this effort and to the betterment of the world we live in. Please take a moment to rest and wash out your mind and souls.
We try not to plug stores and/or companies, here at SFTHH, but in our part of the country we probably spend more time in Tractor Supply than anywhere else, go figure. And at our farm, when I fire up the big red, diesel one ton there is a little Border Collie right at my side, nudging me and saying, “I gotta go too, I just gotta go”. So bringing a four legged companion to Tractor Supply is not foreign to us, in fact, it is simply standard operating procedure. But a horse? That is stretching it a bit, not that we don’t have a few that would like to give it a shot. (Heck, when we let the boys graze in the yard and forget to close the garage overhead doors we often have find Apache trying to open up the interior door to the house…one time, when unsuccessful I exited the house only to step into a pile ‘used hay’ that he had deposited while trying to wait us out.)
So please feel free to read, relax and enjoy as our trials and tribulations will be right where we left them when we reengage, tomorrow. Love ya’all.” ~ R.T.
By Abbie Bennett as published on The Herald Sun “They are survivors,” herd manager Meg Puckett told The News & Observer on Friday Ahead of the storm, then a powerful Category 4, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF), a nonprofit which manages the herd, posted on Facebook that […]
Thanks to each and every one of you for your many phone calls. The good news is that House and Senate members met in a formal conference committee meeting yesterday to negotiate the final version of Fiscal Year 2019 spending bills, including the Department of the Interior. This […]
Source: PEER.org Agencies Ordered to Defer to State Hunting and Fishing Practices Whenever Possible Washington, DC — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has announced a “commitment to defer” to state hunting and fishing practices on all lands within agency purview. His order is a stunning abdication of a more […]