2013 American Equine Summit: Stephanie Graham We will be featuring key presentations, everyday during this upcoming week. The information contained within each is invaluable in fighting the horse-eaters and their propaganda. Direct YouTube link for Stephanie’s presentation is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8qWmUQEGhQ Related Articles Video: Chavel My A** – Breaking Through […]
Three years running, Terry Fitch rides home with ribbons, this year she captured 11 Long time Wild Horse and Equine advocate Terry Fitch, co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation, has garnered 11 awards for her photographic artistry in the prestigious Equine Photographers Network‘s International 2013 Winter Photography Contest. […]
Source: KOLOtv.com “They will be in a good quality home to be 30 years old or more.” The wild horses up on the Virginia Range are taking it easy this afternoon. Just above DaMonte Ranch High School, wild horse advocates say their ranks are 30 horses lighter than […]
Forward and Story by R.T. Fitch ~ Co-Founder/President of the Wild Horse Freedom Federation “Feb 1st 2003 changed the lives of millions of people. As a country and a human community we lost 7 brave souls over the skies of north Texas and Louisiana, that day. The space […]
by Kristyn Leon of Colorado’s Fox 21 News “Horses are sensitive, majestic creatures, and seem to truly understand what the person truly needs.“ “It’s ‘Feel Good Sunday’ and time to take a break from the bad news (not even going to there) that rains down upon our American […]
By WALT BOGDANICH of the New York Times “This is only a ticking time bomb…” Early on the morning of May 26, Kristen Williams and her daughter, Katie, arrived at a barn on the grounds of the Devon Horse Show, where elite competitors in full dress have entertained […]
Update from Willis Lamm Groups Work Together to Build Protective Fence Wild horse advocates turned out yesterday (Saturday, 11/17) to build a fence to reduce horse crossings on US-50 at the Santa Maria Ranch subdivision in Dayton, NV. This project was led by the Wild Horse Preservation League […]
By Claire Dorotik, LMFT as published in Equine Therapy “Horses are individuals who need space and time to work out their relationships…” So often horse owners determine was is right and good for a horse based on what they — the human — may consider good. Sadly, in […]
CORVALLIS, MT — His baby pictures are hanging on the wall at the arena.
There are plenty of other pictures too: photographs of him performing in front of the grandstands, some of him walking in a parade.
As nice as those are, though, they aren’t what catch your eye.
That’s reserved for the pictures of children with smiles that stretch wide across their faces. Some hoist blue ribbons. Others beam pure joy.
“A lot of people give up on horses, just because of an injury or old age or no matter what it might be, but an animal’s not done ‘til they’re done. You might not win all the races, but you need to let an animal do what they’ve got to do.”