by Christine Church Mary Anna is a Standardbred race horse. She won her owner a lot of money, so when she broke her leg, it was fixed and her life was saved. Now, she gets to spend the rest of her life pregnant! But Mary Anna is one […]
By Jay F. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. and Patricia M. Fazio, Ph.D. Are wild horses truly “wild,” as an indigenous species in North America, or are they “feral” weeds – barnyard escapees, far removed genetically from their prehistoric ancestors? The question at hand is, therefore, whether or not modern horses, […]
by: Liz Brown A televised re-enactment of wild horse shootings in Alberta has prompted tips from the public on the crimes, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). “We’re following up on some tips we’ve received,” said Cpl. Tina Millard of the Sundre RCMP. Crime Stoppers produced […]
Favor Instead Given to Ranchers, Wild Horses May Die at Government Hands Contrary to What Some Are Saying Wild Horses Are Absolutely Indigenous to the Western United States! We published this essay last month and considering what is happening in the Pryor Mountains, MT with Cloud’s Herd it […]
by Gan Matthews WYNNEWOOD, Oklahoma — Garvin County authorities are dealing with the largest case of horse abuse they have ever seen after 85 horses were rescued near Pauls Valley. The horses, many of whom were in poor health, now reside at the Wynnewood rodeo grounds. Authorities said they […]
Sign the Petition and make the Calls, Today!! Cloud and the wild horses of Montana’s Pryor Mountains are world famous but fame it appears is not going to protect the herd from a drastic government round up planned to begin September 1st in their spectacular wilderness home. There […]
When people with disabilities ride a horse, experts tell us, the bond that’s formed can lead to positive strides in many other areas of their lives.