Tag: Wild Mustang

Let’s Stop the Impending Wild Horse Slaughter

In 1891, just five years after migrating from Germany to the U.S., a 21-year-old Frederick Trump set out in search of prosperity and fortune on the Western Frontier, and soon settled in the newly admitted State of Washington. Like many other entrepreneurs, he’d heard tales of financial windfalls in the West, mainly through mining for gold and silver.

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More Heber Wild Horses Shot?

Source: Heber Wild Horses Freedom Preservation Alliance “Earlier Saturday we were told more horses may have been found shot” Forest Service has not given us any confirmation or details but said the investigation is ongoing. Until we get confirmation we will not post or share posts that are […]

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Stopping Wild Horse Slaughter

By Assemblymember Marie Waldron, Patch Contributor Protecting a National Treasure This year I was principal co-author of AB 128 (Gloria), which requires any person purchasing a horse at auction, many of which are rounded up on public lands, to sign a sworn statement that the animal won’t be […]

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