Join us on Wild Horse Wednesday (*SM) , February 11, 2015 6:00 pm PST … 7:00 pm MST … 8:00 pm CST … 9:00 pm EST Listen Live Here! 1 hour show. We won’t be taking calls during this show. _____________________________________________ Tonight, Ginger Kathrens, Founder and Executive Director of The […]
PLEASE SHARE THIS LINK ON YOUR FACEBOOK PAGES! The older wild horses are the most vulnerable to end up in the slaughter pipeline. We need to find adopters. Listen to the ARCHIVED SHOW Here! This is a 1 hour show, recorded Nov. 19, 2014. _____________________________________________ Tonight’s guests […]
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 5, 2014 6:00 pm PST … 7:00 pm MST … 8:00 pm CST … 9:00 pm EST Listen Live (Here!) Call in # 917-388-4520 This is a 2 hour show. Please call in with questions during the 2nd hour of the show. The shows will be […]
Last published 01/09/2011, (In My Humble Opinion) R.T. Fitch ~ author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart” “On the Eve of the despicable BLM wild horse stampede and destruction of Wyoming’s Great Basin horses it is difficult to come up with something fun, interesting and uplifting for ‘Feel […]
by Ginger Kathrens, Exec. Director of The Cloud Foundation The Courage of Cloud and Encore Late May in the Pryor Mountains, 2014 When RT Fitch offered to join me in my search for Cloud, I think we both feared the worst. Were we going to be looking for a body […]
Press Release from The Cloud Foundation Honoring Living Symbols of the Spirit of the West COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (June 17, 2014) – TheCelebration of Wild Horses through Art and Music, a month-long juried art exhibit featuring the work of nationally recognized will be at the Cottonwood Center for […]
“Feel Good Sunday” brings me full circle and back around to where we were last week when I wrote Part One of my week in the Pryor Mountains of Wyoming/Montana with Ginger Kathrens on our quest to find Cloud, dead or alive…and I need to stress that, it was not a happy-go-lucky excursion into LaLa Land to observe the ‘Yellowstone’ of wild horses, it was a trip of trepidation that, luckily, turned out for the best.