By MAUNETTE LOEKS Meduna dances and spins in court in effort to justify his killing of dozens of wild horses BRIDGEPORT – A former Morrill County rancher presented himself as a “true cowboy” but instead starved the horses and burros he claimed he was giving sanctuary to, Morrill […]
HOUSTON , (Horseback) – The federal Bureau of Land Management acknowledged today that it charges private ranchers nothing for wild horse removal from their property – horses that are removed by the thousands at taxpayer expense.
CHICAGO, (EWA), – Supporters of a request for a Presidential moratorium on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) round ups of wild horses on federal lands rallied at the base of Boston’s State House on Friday, January 8. The demonstration was one of a growing number of spontaneous rallies from coast to coast.
Slaughter Supporters Call for Boycott of Some of America’s Most Beloved Horsemen and Most Effective Horse Organizations
CHICAGO, (EWA), – Some of America’s most prominent horse lovers were verbally assaulted and accused of malfeasance today for exercising their right of free speech over the ongoing decimation of the wild horse herds and their opposition to horse slaughter.
written by R.T. Fitch, Author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart“ An Excerpt from “Straight from the Horse’s Heart: A Spiritual Ride through Love, Loss and Hope” She stood in a dimly lit, narrow alleyway with just four other horses ahead of her. She was the last one […]
An Irreverent Open Letter to the “Dark Side” by SFHH Editor and Author, R.T. Fitch Sooner or later I knew it was going to happen; one day or another the snakes would rear their ugly heads and attempt to strike at us; and last night was the night. […]
Winnemucca, NV (January 6, 2010)—Today the Cloud Foundation honors the Calico wild stallion, named “Freedom” —an inspiration to mustang roundup protestors worldwide. On January 2nd Freedom escaped Bureau of Land Management (BLM capture) by fighting his way out of the roundup corrals, jumping a six-foot fence, and smashing through a barbed wire fence to run fee again in the wild.
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The federal Bureau of Land Management has ceased communicating with Horseback Magazine.
On December 31, the magazine sent several pointed questions to the bureau and copied the email to its director Bob Abbey. The agency has not responded since, despite follow-up emails to both its Nevada spokesperson, Heather Emmons, and it’s chief Washington spokesman, Tom Gorey.
ITHACA, NY, – The original text printed on Ms. Picken’s website (I have not been able to locate it on the site) was taken from a personal email to her. The email was in regard to Salazar’s plan and about metabolic syndrome as one example of the fact that solving the problem of these horses is not as simple as plunking 1-10,000 on a farm out east and letting them run, because there is grass available.
Written by Steven Long – acclaimed Author and Editor/Publisher of Horseback Magazine The following is from Dr. Don Hoglund, MS, DVM. He has asked that we print his letter using full paragraphs if we quote him. Hoglund is writing in response to my recent article in Horseback Online […]