It was as if a message came down from on high for the boys at Interior and the Bureau of Land Management to do something to make those damned phones stop ringing. So Sec. Ken Salazar and the Director of the Bureau of Land Management, Bob Abbey, put on their tap dancing shoes and began to spin.
by Steven Long, editor of “Horseback Magazine” The Restore our American Mustang Act, (ROAM), if it passes, will bring radical change to the way the current Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board of the Bureau of Land Management does business. In particular, the new legislation would give animal […]
by Steven Long, editor of Horseback Magazine HOUSTON (Horseback) The Bureau of Land Management confirmed today that Cloud, a wild horse beloved by millions of fans of the PBS series “Nature” is injured. Horseback Magazine asked Billings, Montana Field Manager Jim Sparks if the agency sent someone up […]
courtesy of Steven Long, editor of Horseback Magazine Wild Horse Advocates Ride Up the Hill It was a big day for wild horses in Washington D.C. on Tuesday as The Cloud Foundation staged its “Horses on the Hill” event and the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and […]
Many Lame After More Than a Fortnight by Steven Long, editor of Horseback Magazine HOUSTON – Tonight a yellow Mustang with the unlikely name of Cloud limps in a meadow on top of Montana’s Pryor Mountain, 18 days after he was released injured from a hasty Bureau of […]
by Steven Long, editor of Horseback Magazine The United States Senate has passed a tough new bill that orders the Bureau of Land Management to institute a new plan for its management of wild horses. The legislation was introduced by Sen. Mary Landrieu (D), La. “Sen. Landrieu continued […]