by Jerry Finch, President/Founder Habitat for Horses She stood by the fence looking scared and lonely. Her bone thin body held no warmth to protect her against the chilly breeze that whipped across the muddy, weed-filled pasture, making her shiver even harder. She was slowly dying of starvation. […]
by R.T. Fitch, author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart” When it comes to writing it takes a certain bit of motivation, emotion and passion for me to commit my feelings to written word, hence, I am a total failure as a news writer. I wish that I […]
“If I had to guess, I’d say she’s around 36,” the vet told us as Lexi stood in the stock at his clinic. “Having a baby at that age is dangerous, and that’s if a mare is in great shape. Lexi is malnourished, full of worms and in […]
The hot, dry afternoon was deadly still as the small band of observers sat in the dust atop a bluff overlooking the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) intake/holding facility in the foothills of the Pryor Mountains.
by R.T. Fitch There was a feeling of foreboding doom running through the occupants of a small motel room in distant Lovell, WY on the eve of September 3rd, 2009. Many had worked for weeks preparing a legal case to block the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from […]
By Lynette George BONHAM, TX — The future looks much brighter for horses rescued earlier this month from a Fannin County pasture. Now, their rescuers are asking for the public’s help in healing and adopting the animals. After receiving a call about the welfare of the horses, investigators […]
Time is running out for Cloud and his herd by R.T. Fitch Since the fateful day of September 11th, 2001 early autumn has had the propensity to give Americans the jitters and this year will be no different. There is the feeling of impending doom surrounding us, an […]