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Senate, House walking horse soring bills have a chance

April 28th, 2014 Comments Off
Any bill that leaves the oversight in the hands of the soring industry is not one that will stop the torture of the Tennessee Walking Horse. The poor excuse that this will devastate the industry’s economy should not be ...

Habitat for Horses on Parade

April 27th, 2014 Comments Off
Smokey Culver, Texas Cowboy Poet, was kind enough to be Habitat for Horses’ photographer yesterday, Saturday April 25th, as members of our staff where included in the 40th annual Alvin Rotary Club Frontier Day Parade. We enjoy doing community ...

Fence must come down, say wild horse advocates

April 27th, 2014 Comments Off
Word is spreading – the fence planned for by the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management is NOT in the best interest of the wild horses of the Pryor Mountains. This needs to be stopped. Let ...

Glenn Heights property manager disputes claims of horse abuse, neglect (video)

April 26th, 2014 Comments Off
Habitat for Horses receives quite a few requests from people around the country that are trying to get help when they spot an abused horse, donkey or other equine. Most important is that you must contact your local enforcement ...

Wild, wild horses — right in Moffat County’s back yard

April 26th, 2014 Comments Off
With approximately 400 acres per horse, there is enough room for these wild horses. Especially if birth control efforts are underway. Perhaps its the grazing permits that need to be restricted. A quick online search of the region will ...

Federal Grazing Program in Bundy Dispute Rips-Off Taxpayers, Wild Horses

April 25th, 2014 (1)
Vickery once again tells it like it is. She explains how the habits of wild horses actually aids the drought ravaged lands of the Western United States, whereas the cattle do nothing more than make it worse. We need ...

Wild Horse Advocates File Appeal in Pryor Mountain Case

April 25th, 2014 Comments Off
Horses are a species that especially in the wild need room to roam. Putting a fence up in an area where the very beautiful and unique wild horses of the Pryor Mountains range will surely negatively effect them. Keep ...

Habitat for Horses forum…testing testing 1, 2, 3

April 25th, 2014 Comments Off
We are still working on rolling out a new feature on our website – a forum! We have noticed (and heard from your emails to us) that you would like a way to discuss all the HfH issues in ...

Commissioners support BLM horse roundup

April 25th, 2014 (6)
While much of the news cycle has been devoted to the Bundy debacle, the fact that 41 wild horses were sent to slaughter has been dimmed in the news. Yes, the BLM did publish that they would be doing ...

Gov. Herbert Says Utah Should Take Control of Wild Horse Herds

April 24th, 2014 (8)
The conservative cattlemen are now fleeing Bundy’s stand against the BLM after his true character revealed itself. However, the West’s ranchers are still pointing fingers at the few thousand wild horses that live out there. The real problem is ...