By Arlene Gawne – President, America’s Wild Horse Advocates (AWHA) – the Spring Mountain Alliance “…stable wild horse family groups self-limit birth rates, but roundups destroy the family groups.” The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has announced a gather of up to 200 wild horses in the Cold Creek area […]
an original article by Arlene Gawne ~President of America’s Wild Horse Advocates (AWHA) – the Spring Mountain Alliance Photos by Arlene Gawne & Darcy Grizzle, Music by Opus Moon – Wild Horse Anthology “A VERY Special ‘Feel Good Sunday’, indeed” ” It is with a great deal of […]
A testimonial by R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Thanks to many for the photos of Garnet The day started out as many others; up early, check email, write for the blog, hay the horses, let out the dog, feed the cats, make a pot […]
International Conference Launches With Field Trip to Birthplace of Prehistoric Horses and Visit to Their Dwindling Offspring
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The leadership of the wild horse preservation movement in America got a VIP tour of the Bureau of Land Management’s worst nightmare late Friday when they finished a jam packed day with dinner at the proposed Fossel Bed National Monument site. There, the bones of prehistoric rhinos and horses stick out of the Nevada landscape. The site, among others, is the birthplace of the horse as a species.
From across the United States and beyond, equine advocates converged on Washington D.C., Sunday Sept. 25th, to proclaim their support for equine protection at the “Unified Stand for Horses”. Representatives from both sides of the Pro-Horse movement were present as Wild Horse and Anti-Slaughter advocates combined their efforts to tell not only the politicians who reside in D.C. but visitors from around the world the need to preserve our national heritage in the last remaining wild horses and the cruelty and danger of slaughtering American horses for human consumption.