HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The federal Bureau of Land Management confirmed today that a second foal has died at their hands after losing its hooves possibly from being driven down a Nevada mountainside by a roaring helicopter.
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.
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.
Press Release from The Equine Welfare Alliance – 01/04/10 CHICAGO, (EWA), – The perfect storm of protests spurred by Bureau of Land Management’s clearing of horses from its Calico Mountain complex will continue into the first week of the new year. Wild horse advocates have been outraged by […]
Written by Steven Long, Author and Editor/Publisher of Horseback Magazine Thanks to a comment on this Blog; Steven Long made contact with Dr. Winand and this story was born. Big thanks to our well versed and highly knowledgeable readership. HOUSTON, (Horseback) – A Cornell University academic veterinarian has […]
The federal Bureau of Land Management has released the name of a Nevada landowner who is cooperating with the agency in its roundup of more than 2,000 horses in the remote badlands of that arid state.
by R.T. Fitch, author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart“ HOUSTON (SFHH) – If ever there were a case of “a picture is worth a thousand words” then this is surely the premier example. Sheer terror in their eyes, steam coming from not only their breath but from […]
The director of the federal Bureau of Land Management, Bob Abby, personally gave a thumbs up to go ahead with a Nevada “gather” of wild horses.
Writer/Publisher Steven Long recently interviewed BLM spokesperson Heather Emmons regarding the disgraceful and unlawful actions being undertaken by her agency while conducting a massive winter time, wild horse roundup in Nevada. Out right lies, violation of federal law, bumbling bureaucracy and total disregard for a Federal Judge’s ruling permeate the conversation as the befuddled interviewee attempted to apply logic to an illogical and out of control government agency.
Twas the night before Christmas on our public land
Not a Mustang was stirring, knowing what was at hand.
They huddled in fear hoping someone would care,
In hopes that the advocates soon would be there