By Bill Kaufmann as published in the Calgary Sun “These horses have been so marginalized.” RCMP say a wild horse found dead west of Sundre appears to have been shot — the first one since 2009 to have possibly died that way. Wayne Chicoine of Red Deer said […]
Jen Gerson | as published on the National Post “It’s the cattle and the ranchers who have a lot of power and they don’t want the horses competing with the cattle for the grazing.’’ SUNDRE, Alta. — To the advocates of Alberta’s wild horse population, the only thing […]
By Colette Derworiz, Calgary Herald Status as a heritage species sought CALGARY — A group working to save Alberta’s wild horses is trying to get better protection for the animals that live along the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies. Bob Henderson, president of the Wild Horses of Alberta […]
With the highest cowboy boot per capita ratio in the country, Alberta would seem the most natural place in Canada for wild horses to roam.
by: Liz Brown A televised re-enactment of wild horse shootings in Alberta has prompted tips from the public on the crimes, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). “We’re following up on some tips we’ve received,” said Cpl. Tina Millard of the Sundre RCMP. Crime Stoppers produced […]
The RCMP and a Crime Stoppers film crew drove into the Alberta wilderness Tuesday to re-enact the unsolved killing of three wild horses this spring. In April, a pregnant mare, a stallion and a yearling colt were found shot to death near Sundre, northwest of Calgary. The deaths […]