By Emily Hayes as published on The Durango Herald Secretary of the Interior skirted direct questions U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt continually stonewalled inquiries about the Bureau of Land Management’s controversial move to Grand Junction in multiple hearings earlier this week before the U.S. Congress. Originally […]
If ever there was a day that we all stand united with our hearts extended and our compassion on full display, today is THAT day!
By George Wuerthner as published on The Wildlife News BLM plans to expand Public Land destruction caused by Welfare Ranching The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is rewriting its grazing regulations to allow more “flexibility” into range management. The agency even proposes increases in grazing seasons and numbers. […]
Posted by Michelle N. Anderson, TheHorse.com Digital Managing Editor The current (human) coronavirus situation has me making sure I have everything I need to care for my horses in case I can’t leave home for two weeks or longer. Are you prepared? We at The Horse are used […]
By Fran Spielman as published on the Chicago Sun Times Some say horse-drawn carriages don’t belong on congested downtown streets. Others say it’s cruel. For aldermen Brian Hopkins and Brendan Reilly, it’s both. They’ve backed a ban that would start Jan. 1, 2021 The end of the road is […]
By John Cherwa as published on The Los Angles Times The California Horse Racing Board’s investigation into the fatalities last year at Santa Anita validated many of the prevalent theories as to why there was a spike in deaths, but found no smoking gun or overriding reason for what […]
By Bailey Aldridge as published on The News Observer A horse that roamed the beach for decades on North Carolina’s Outer Banks died Friday. Amadeo, a 40-year-old blind mustang, ran wild on the Outer Banks for more than 20 years and was “king of the beach,” the Corolla […]
Source: The Dodo This is an example of why barbed wire should never be accepted upon the American landscape!
Source: Breitbart Someone has been shooting wild horses in a national forest near Heber-Obergaard, Ariz., for the last 16 months, and the unsolved crimes are tearing apart the small community. Some 35 horses have been found dead in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, with most of them killed by […]
Source: The Villages News Detectives from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office are still actively investigating the recent theft and slaughter of a mare quarter horse near Bushnell The incident took place after the horse was taken from a pasture along State Road 471. The remains of the horse […]