written by Steven Long, Editor and Publisher of “Horseback Magazine” Major BLM Cover-up is Exposed HOUSTON, (Horseback) – A government veterinarian working for the Bureau of Land Management in its Nevada office has treated horses there without a state license. At least 113 captured horses have either died […]
Contrary to assurances from the Bureau of Land Management, dozens of horses were killed during the Calico roundup. What’s more, the horses are still dying inside government corrals because of injuries suffered during their frightening run across tough terrain.
Wild horse advocates held placards and waved down motorists Sunday to protest a federal roundup, by the Bureau of Land Management Monday, of mustangs from private and public lands in Nevada.
“Mommy, Mommy, it’s Christmas time, you should not be crying. Why are you crying, Mommy?
You have been crying since Christmas eve day, the day you read something in the newspaper about the wild ponies. It was something about a judge saying OK to round up the wild ponies but I don’t understand, Mommy.
You and daddy never let us run our ponies in the snow, you say that it is bad for them that they might trip and fall. When it is deep they can work too hard and hurt themselves so how come the bad men are chasing the wild ponies through the snow, Mommy? I don’t understand.
Advocates Call on President Obama to Give America’s Wild Horses a Christmas Reprieve Washington, DC (December 23, 2009). . . . Wild horse advocates today celebrated a partial victory as U.S. District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman ordered a lawsuit challenging a Bureau of Land Management roundup of […]
Image via Wikipedia by Steven Long, Publisher/Editor of Horseback Magazine HOUSTON, (Horseback) – A longtime federal judge will decide whether the Bureau of Land Management may go ahead with its planned “gather” of tens of thousands of wild horses in the desert lands of Nevada. Judge Paul L. […]
CHICAGO, (EWA) – On November 18, 2009, American Citizens and partners in Canada, the United Kingdom and South Africa, delivered the following letter to the President, Congress and the Department of the Interior. A Unified Call for an Immediate Moratorium on Wild Horse & Burro Roundups And a […]
By DOUG MCINTYRE of the Calgary Sun The mysterious wild horse slaughter near Sundre has claimed another equine victim, felled near a popular recreational area west of the central Alberta town. The latest animal shot was found Sept. 9 near Mountain Aire Lodge and brings the death toll […]
Advocates from across the U.S. lobby Congress on September 29 to protect America’s Wild Horses and Burros
“Cloud the Stallion” Filmmaker Ginger Kathrens to Address Press Conference Washington DC – Wild horse and burro advocates from across the country will gather in Washington DC on September 29 to lobby on behalf of S.1579, the Restore Our American Mustangs (ROAM) Act. They will also ask Senators […]
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 […]