by R.T. Fitch Mustangate; Yet another chapter It appears that the more you study the BLM’s bumbled round-up of Cloud’s herd in the Pryor Mountains the more it just doesn’t look, taste or smell right. Every action, each flawed decision leaves an after taste of possible corruption, collusion […]
“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 […]
Considering the occurrences of the past week it is heart wrenching to view this preview of PBS’s upcoming premier of Emmy Award winning cinematographer Ginger Kathrens’s third Wild Horse installment, Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions.
by Steven Long U.S. Senator Eyes Removing Agency’s Mustang Oversight HOUSTON (Horseback) – The hasty labor day “gather” of the iconic equine star of the PBS “Nature” series, Cloud, has sparked interest and consternation from coast to coast as wild horse lovers rally to put a halt to […]
by Willis Lamm It is recognized by most wild horse advocates that the herds of wild horses that roam on our public lands require some degree of management. Herd population growth, loss of predators, intrusion by other land uses, extreme weather events, and the horses’ inability to migrate […]
by R.T. Fitch While Emmy award winning cinematographer Ginger Kathrens was held in a designated “protest area” , during the Pryor Mountain round up, and required to have “security” escort herself and a small group of professional photographers, writers and authors about the Britton Springs BLM holding facility; […]
by R.T. Fitch Cloud, the world’s most famous wild horse, was released from the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) holding pens on September 09, 2009. Cloud’s family was ripped to pieces by the BLM leaving him with only half of his band’s population and all of the mares […]