“Please remember to join myself and other fellow Americans in taking a moment of silence at 3 PM today in honor of all the heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice so that we can live free and unfettered in the greatest country in the world, the United States […]
“It is Veteran’s Day and being a veteran of several armed conflicts, myself, I would like to tip my hat to all of the women, men, dogs and even horses who have served (and are still serving) to protect our Constitution and this great land that we call […]
By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc as published in theHorse.com More than 8 million horses served in World War I and only a fraction survived In December 2013, a massive ice storm hit the northeast, rendering millions without power. Our elderly neighbors “rescued” my children and me, and we […]
Excerpt by Robin Hutton as published in the New York Post “It’s that time of week, that particularly special day where we lay down our swords of battle and drink deeply from the challis of well-being and comradeship. Here at SFTHH we have, for years, cherished our ‘Feel […]
Wild Horse Freedom Federation thanks all Americans who have served our country in the military. We’d also like to pay tribute to war horses. SOURCE: The Equus Foundation Military Horses Saluted As Humanitarians of Horse Stars Hall of Fame In keeping with the spirit of Memorial Day, as it […]
By PHILLIP MOLNAR as published in the Monterey Herald “Sgt. MacDonald is one of the last living horse cavalrymen and was the toast of this year’s event.” There is something romantic about a soldier charging into battle on horseback. It has been nearly a century since any army […]
The little horse that could – The story of Reckless is not only remarkable – it is unusual. And once you learn about her, you will see why the Marine Corps not only fell in love with her – but honored her and promoted her every chance they got. And it wasn’t just the Marines that served with her in the trenches that honored her – her last promotion to Staff Sergeant was by Gen. Randolph McC Pate – the Commandant of the entire Marine Corps. You can’t get higher than that in the Marines.