Source: SFGate.com A horse was euthanized Sunday after an injury in a race at Golden Gate Fields in Berkeley, another California horseracing death following a number of deaths last year in Southern California. Elegant Sundown was put to sleep in a van after a “catastrophic” injury to his […]
Nevada’s Douglas County Commission votes support for Gardnerville community plan to keep wild horses wild
by Jeff Munson as published on Carson Now The Douglas County Board of County Commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday stating the County’s support for the local wild horses and the Pine Nut Wild Horse Advocates, the Gardnerville community organization working to protect local wild horses. The resolution includes […]
By Josh Cascio as published on Fox13News.com A Zephyrhills, FL woman says three intruders tried to slaughter her horses for their meat over the weekend. Brena Kramer showed FOX 13 News a few of the injuries sustained by her horses, including cuts near their eyes and rope burns near […]
“Okay, today is a travel day and back to the usual activities that buy batteries for the cat toys, chew bones for the dogs and hay for the horses. So with that being the situation we will revert back to what originally made ‘Feel Good Sundays’ er, ahh….feel good.
Set down your coffee, or Wrangler Iced Tea, and enjoy a few seconds of a very serious ‘cute’ overdose with this installment that we share with you this day.
Peace on, my Friends.
Keep the faith”. ~ R.T.
by Steve Bittenbender – as published on Casino.org Santa Anita resumed horse racing on Friday, but it entered 2020 under the same shadow that fell over the Southern California track all last year. On the last race of its New Year’s Day card, the track suffered its first […]
When The BLM Moved Into Grand Junction, Protesters Were There To Un-Welcome Them To The Neighborhood
By Stina Sieg as published on CPR News As the Bureau of Land Management opened in its new national headquarters in Grand Junction on Thursday, about two dozen protesters were there to greet it… Bundled up against the cold and waving homemade signs, the mostly older crowd seemed […]
by Katie Fite as published on CounterPunch In early November, Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley introduced the Malheur County Empowerment for the Owyhee Act, an astonishingly awful public lands and wilderness Bill The bill is aimed at enriching ranchers and other local interests. It is the […]