by Jack Baer as published on Yahoo News Whatever they’re doing to fix the Santa Anita racetrack, it does not appear to be completely working. Arms Runner, a five-year-old gelding, had to be put down Sunday after severely injuring his front right leg in a fall on Santa […]
I thought that I had finished with the blog, this morning. I posted the delightful story of a little wild foal brought back to health by some really super kind individuals and I thought my job was done. But before I could get up from the computer and move on with my Sunday a little tease from Facebook flashed across my screen saying that I had memories from 9 years ago this past week with Terry Fitch, John Holland, Vicki Tobin, Ginger Kathrens and Simone Netherlands. Of course, I had to take a peek and in doing so, my physiological contentment blew right out the window.
Source: The Dodo “Wash your minds, hearts and souls out with this…”
by GEORGE OCHENSKI as published on The Missoulian Bernhardt has already upended the sage grouse conservation plan that was intended to keep the birds from being listed for Endangered Species Act protections. Everyone has heard the old saying about “the fox guarding the hen house” — which generally means […]
By John Cherwa / LA Times “I believe today’s horse is more precocious, more brilliant at 2-years-old and 3 than they used to be, but they’re also more fragile…” Santa Anita is inching toward its projected March 29 opening after having closed for live racing on March 5 […]
By Robert Gearty | Fox News The deaths of the horses due to catastrophic injuries suffered in training and during races over the short period of time have alarmed horsemen and racing fans and led to a renewed focus on the racing industry’s long-standing problem with drugs–both legal and […]
Source: The Dodo “No intro needed here; thanks to all of you who do what you do to better the lives of our non-human sisters and brothers. May God Bless You.” ~ R.T.