He stood alone in the pasture, looking at the distant shapes of horses as they moved ever so slowly through the darkness, heads down, grazing one last time before they settled in to sleep.
Our thoughts were not on horses, in fact, the subject of horses was not even on the agenda. We were in Spain, northern Spain and as we were aware it is the motherland of the great Andalusians we had not seen any, to date.
By: Jennifer Graham, THE CANADIAN PRESS REGINA – The shooting deaths of wild ponies in northwestern Saskatchewan has prompted the government to consider a new law to save the animals. A private member’s bill has been introduced in the legislature that would protect the herd of ponies that […]
The genome of a domestic horse has been successfully sequenced by an international team of researchers. (BBC) The work, published in the journal Science, may shed light on how horses were domesticated. It also reveals similarities between the horse and other placental mammals, such as bovids – the […]
by Jerry Finch, founder and President of Habitat for Horses It happened long before our time, far before time even began, in a place of mist and trees, in a place of open land and brilliant moonlight, in a time and space far beyond our creation or knowledge. […]
A Congressional staff member has confirmed to Animal Law Coalition that the House Natural Resources Committee is calling on BLM to stop all gathers or removals of wild horses and burros until Congress takes action on the controversial issues surrounding the wild horses and burros.
Activists have been scratching their heads as the federal Bureau of Land Management sweeps America’s wild horses from the Western landscape. Why? Because the 1971 Wild Horse and Burro Act clearly set aside plenty of room for them almost 40 years ago and the agency appears to be in violation of federal law.