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Very cool! Art on horses to teach equine massage

January 20th, 2015 (2)
Innovative and beautiful, the paintings on these horses are designed to help teach students learning the art of equine massage. The unborn foal is particularly beautifully done. ~ HfH Anatomy art – Equine massage therapist Gillian Higgins paints horses’ ...

Donkey festival draws thousands to Yarra Ranges town

January 20th, 2015 (1)
Do you just love donkeys and burros (the smaller American donkey)? They are the brains of the equine world and vastly under-rated and under-appreciated. Besides their intense loyalty to you, they make great companions for other equine, and will ...

The brumbies’ fight for survival

January 19th, 2015 (1)
As man’s desire to control and use more of the Earth’s resources only increases, the number of animals living in their natural environment decreases. Wild horses everywhere are feeling the pressure from our continued expansion. Brumbies, as wild horses ...

Horse ‘kill buying’ legal, but critics see abuse, deception

January 19th, 2015 (5)
The abusive tactics of kill buyers are well known to Habitat for Horses. We are a horse rescue who has been able to save horses from the horse slaughter flow to Mexico. For the next few months as kill ...

Awww Cute Baby Shetland Ponies

January 18th, 2015 Comments Off
Good Sunday Afternoon to all! It is time to take a break. Let’s go down to Misty Meadow Farms and enjoy watching Shetland Ponies – good ponies, naughty ponies, and cutest of all baby ponies.

An Update Seen Through the Eyes of One Biologist

January 18th, 2015 (12)
Robert Bauer is a biologist whose works have been published before on Habitat for Horses. Today’s article is on the myth of overpopulation of wild horses. He, and other prominent biologists, claim that the actual numbers of wild horses ...

Editorial: Control wild horses with contraception

January 17th, 2015 (2)
Wild horse advocates are facing a new challenge. Either accept contraceptive methods as a tool to controlling the wild horse population or demand that the horses be left alone. This editorial is on the pro-conceptive side. We will bringing ...

Horses’ Deaths at Aqueduct Prompt New Rules

January 17th, 2015 (3)
Over worked and over “medicated” horses dying at race tracks – the horrid state of horse racing. Especially in the mid to lower levels of the sport. Trusting the horse trainers to monitor themselves was a terrible idea from ...

Part II: Study shows the value of horse slaughter to race horse breeders

January 16th, 2015 (5)
A 5 year old horse being “retired” from racing. We all know what that means. It is outrageous that we allow over breeding on this scale to continue so people who control the gambling of horse racing can continue ...

Study shows the value of horse slaughter to race horse breeders

January 16th, 2015 (7)
This is a very solid piece of journalism by Animals 24-7 in Australia. The relationship of gambling in horse racing and horse slaughter is one that has not been discussed often enough. A larger pool of speculative breeding of ...