Horses on the Hill Over the years I have received a multitude of emails asking what can be done to halt the slaughter of the symbol of our national heritage, the American Horse. Often I have felt helpless in offering no more than a simple letter to the appropriate […]
What You Can Do to Help Save Cloud’s Herd and America’s Wild Horses Over 40% of America’s wild horses have been removed from the wild from 2000-2008 alone and if the agency responsible for managing our wild horses, the Bureau of Land Management, does not change we are […]
Jason Meduna in Court The owner of the mustang outpost in Morrill County waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will now face trial in Morrill County District Court. Forty-two year old Jason Meduna is charged with 149 felony counts of animal abuse regarding the malnourishment and […]
Welfare group comment on Arabian slaughter position June 17, 2009 by John Holland I found the justifications of their pro-slaughter resolution put forward by the Arabian Horse Association officials in the Jurga Report, and cited in Horsetalk.co.nz, to be most enlightening. They give a graphic indication of the […]
Manns Choice, PA (SFHH) – Christy Sheidy, Co-founder of Another Chance 4 Horses, reports that her organization tracked down a dealer in Virginia who purchased the sorrel and white and then sold the horse to a kill buyer. The horse was located in the New Holland kill pen […]
Tune into the internet sensation “Howling Ridge Radio” this Wednesday, June 17 @ 9:30p Eastern. Our guest will be Jerry Finch, founder and President of Habitat for Horses (www.habitatforhorses.org).
Generations ago, horses were used to wage war. Now they’re being used to heal the psychic wounds of war.
Horse camps for children are not uncommon, but the Horse Whisperer Grief Camp in Chilliwack, B.C., is special – each child has lost someone close to them.
3 HORSES WERE STOLEN FROM THE MANNS CHOICE, PA AREA.
The World Organization for Animal Health reported on June 11 an outbreak of equine piroplasmosis in Jackson County, Mo. The last reported occurrence was in February.