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Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials to round up horses, auction them

From The Dickinson Press By Katherine Lymn MEDORA – Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials will round up horses and auction them next week in its continuing effort to control the population and prevent overgrazing. For horses, which stay within the park’s boundaries, the park is not actually that big. The South Unit’s 46,000 acres need Full Article

Wild Horses Wait on New Pastures

From The California Report Reporter: Caitlin Esch Horse slaughter is a hot-button issue. A federal court recently issued a temporary restraining order that blocked two horse slaughterhouses from opening, ...Full Article

Miniature horse finds calling as therapy animal

Daisy, the miniature palomino, is just adorable and sweet as can be! Be sure to click on the video as well. From KSL.com By: Peter Rosen SALT LAKE CITY ...Full Article

Court Blocks Missouri Horse Slaughter Plant

Front Range Equine Rescue Press Release Sept 20, 2013 A U.S. District Court judge in New Mexico issued a temporary restraining order to block federal inspections at a Missouri ...Full Article

Socks the horse patiently waited out flood in Colorado

With all the flooding ongoing in Colorado, it is good to hear a horse survival story in the midst of the tragedy. From KUSA By Raquel Villanueva There is ...Full Article

How to kill 100 horses and get a slap on the wrist

Bismarck Tribune, August 2, 2013, Jenny Michael (The news on the sentencing on this major case of neglect and starvation came out over 6 weeks ago. Having been involved in these ...Full Article

1st Amendment cited in BLM wild horse fight

By Scott Sonner / The Associated Press /  The Bend Bulletin Published: September 18. 2013 RENO, Nev. — The Reporters Committee on Freedom of the Press says the U.S. Bureau of Land Management ...Full Article

Navajo Nation Reverses Position and Now is Against Horse Slaughtering

September 18, 2013 – Press Release Black Mesa, AZ  (September 16, 2013) – The Nohooká Dine’, Elders and Medicine People of the Dine’, unanimously approved a Resolution opposing any ...Full Article

To the American Public and the Bureau of Land Management

Stop the in transparent PR acts and apply true engagement with the public, not just pretentious replies in the face of public outcry or national criticism. From: The Desert ...Full Article

Greener Pastures… Life Is Good! article on HfH

Habitat for Horses: A Safe Haven for our Equine Companions By Sue Mayfield Geiger It happened long before our time, before time even began, in a place of mist ...Full Article