Our thoughts were not on horses, in fact, the subject of horses was not even on the agenda. We were in Spain, northern Spain and as we were aware it is the motherland of the great Andalusians we had not seen any, to date.
by Neil Clarkson Fresh proposals for managing wild horses in the US may address some longstanding problems, but they are unlikely to appease advocates worried about the way the herds are managed across the western rangelands. New proposals for the management of America’s wild horse population have drawn […]
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 […]
by Terry and R.T. Fitch Over the Labor Day Weekend of 2009 the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) bumbled an ill-conceived and mismanage round up of the world famous “Cloud’s Herd” of the Pryor Mountains in Montana. Ignoring their studies and the advice of experts they stampeded horses […]
by R.T. Fitch in Horseback Magazine Author and activist R.T. Fitch and his wife Terry spent six days on Montana’s Pryor Mountain during the BLM roundup of the wild horses there. The following is his take on what transpired. MAGNOLIA, TX (Horseback) – Cloud, the world’s most famous […]