Source: abcnews.com A baby horse that was rescued in Fremont, Calif. on Valentine’s Day is seen recovering in Davis, Calif. on Thursday, February 18, 2016. (Fremont Police Department/Facebook) Owner of baby horse rescued in Fremont comes forward The Fremont Police Department posted adorable photos of Valentine on their […]
By Noelle Phillips of the Denver Post “This ‘Feel Good Sunday’ installment strikes a special cord in the collective hearts of Terry and myself as only 3 short years ago we trekked on horseback across Outer Mongolia seeking out and documenting the only few hundred prehistoric ‘Takhi‘ wild […]
Chestnut foal has unique marking which runs up his left shoulder and neck It looks like an optical illusion but this chestnut foal was born with his own perfect white shadow. The unique marking is the profile of another horse which runs up his left shoulder and neck. […]
Eye-Witness Report by Carol Walker ~ Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation “The rider throws a loop and catches the foal, who bucks when he feels the rope then as it grows taut he is thrown to the ground…” We are about 20 miles in […]
By LEAH TODD Star-Tribune staff writer The only water source in the area is a creek downstream from several major Marathon Oil fields. CODY — A black mustang shook its nose while lumbering along the edge of a fence outside town. Ada Inbody, 76, pulled her truck to […]
I couldn’t wait for Feel Good Sunday to post the photos below from the Mare & Foal Sanctuary in England. Breeze, the abandoned foal, is comforted by Buttons the Teddy Bear. Meanwhile, on this side of the pond, the BLM puts wild horse foals at risk of freezing to death […]
by R.T. Fitch ~ co-founder/president Wild Horse Freedom Federation “Feel Good Sunday”: Speak for the Horses During the Super Bowl It’s Super Bowl Sunday and people around the world will be tuning in, not necessarily for the game, but for the multimillion dollar commercials and being horsy types, […]
Deanne Stillman author of Mustang, Twentynine Palms as posted in the Huffington Post 12/23/2008 “Once again it is “Feel Good Sunday” and events in the world make it difficult for us to truly feel good while others are suffering. But with that in mind, we are going to […]
The Humane Society of the United States expressed its concerns about the actions of the Bureau of Land Management after an HSUS executive witnessed a BLM contractor appear to hogtie and leave a lost foal in the path of stampeding mustangs at the Desatoya Wild Horse Gather near Austin, Nev. The continued negligence and inhumane treatment of animals in the field is at odds with the agency’s stated vision and goal of improving and reforming its wild horse gather procedures.
COROLLA — An off-duty Currituck sheriff’s deputy rescued a month-old wild horse from drowning Tuesday, but another foal in the same predicament last week wasn’t so lucky.
A foal shivering from exhaustion was pulled from a bulkheaded canal near Spreader Lane around noon Tuesday, said Karen McCalpin, executive director for the Wild Horse Fund.