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Family seeks justice for dead horse

WEYERS CAVE – Julia Liskey was still somewhat awake when she heard the noise in the front pasture of her home in Weyers Cave early Saturday morning. “Some car had gone through our front fence and was trying to get out,” she said. Apparently, a car driving on Fadley Road had veered off running into the Liskey family’s fence. ...Full Article

Amazon Prime saves the day for this lonely little horse

Click here to shop at AmazonSmile and support Habitat for Horses! Support the rescue and rehabilitation of abused and neglected horses! Donate today – click here now. Habitat for ...Full Article

Here’s A Really Bright Idea For Keeping Horses Safe At Night

Here’s an idea that might make you say “whoa.” Horses for millennia have been among humankind’s most loyal and helpful companions, and their presence throughout history has been crucial ...Full Article

Wild horses in Eastern Kentucky face threats

Horses have roamed free for decades on old surface mines in Eastern Kentucky, but with unchecked breeding and owners apparently turning out more mares and stallions in recent years, ...Full Article

Lost Penguin Finds Friends In Gentle Herd Of Curious Wild Horses

Friendship crosses all lines and barriers. It crosses sex, age, religion, locality, species and size. And just when you think you have seen the most unusual cross species pairing, ...Full Article

Rebel Equi-Learning: Horses Teaching Humans

Professional development is an important process for every working man and woman to go through to help them become better leaders in the workplace and communicate effectively with coworkers. ...Full Article

Ranch owner uses horses as therapy for abused children

FAIRFAX, Iowa – Some would say there’s a special bond between a horse and its owner. That’s what Running the Race Horse Ranch President Chris Jordan wants to introduce ...Full Article

Delayed euthanasia a huge welfare issue, says head of World Horse Welfare

Huge equine welfare problems are caused across the globe by delayed euthanasia, the head of a leading horse charity says. The chief executive of World Welfare, Roly Owers, says ...Full Article

Taxpayer Subsidized Livestock Grazing Responsible for Destruction of Public Lands

The Cloud Foundation (TCF) applauds Vickery Eckhoff’s article, “Livestock Data Fills Gap in Ongoing Wild Horse Debate,” a statistical analysis of livestock grazing in comparison with wild horse use ...Full Article

Adopting Aging Equids

Somehow it’s November already and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. But that’s not the only celebration taking place this month—it’s also “Adopt a Senior Pet” month! That’s right, ...Full Article
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