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BLM proposes horse roundup in southern Wyoming

(Note to the BLM Office of Sending Out Press Releases – Amazing timing here, guys. Yesterday you sent out a press release saying you have no more room, and today’s release from the other side of the country says you MUST round up more horses. This is just too sweet to not make comments about, Full Article

Government can’t find room for America’s wild horses

The Miami Herald,,SEAN COCKERHAM, MCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU, May 9, 2013 WASHINGTON – Wild horses, descended from the steeds of Spanish explorers, Native Americans, U.S. cavalry and ranch strays, are being offered for ...Full Article

After 60 dead horses found, investigators warn it could get much worse

620ETMJ.com – Wisconsin -Charles Benson, May 8, 2013 PLEASANT PRAIRIE - A horrific case of animal abuse gets worse. Sixty dead horses found on a farm and investigators fear there ...Full Article

Humane Society Says 75% Of Horses At Walking Horse Celebration Tested Positive For Foreign Substances

The Chattanoogan, May 9, 2013 The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s testing revealed that at the 2012 National Walking Horse Celebration in Shelbyville, 145 horses out of 190 tested, or 76 ...Full Article

Ag-Gag, Horse Soring, Animal Care Expo Converge in Tennessee

(Personal note – I am also in Tennessee attending a Homes for Horses Conference, which is why the repost have been so few and far between. – Jerry) Wayne ...Full Article

Colorado sheriff opens wild horse investigation

The Gazette, Dave Phillips, May 8, 2013 After months of false starts, state authorities have opened a formal criminal investigation into Tom Davis, a southern Colorado wild horse buyer ...Full Article

Thirty horses on way to slaughter die in New York trailer fire

May 7, 2013 – Equine Welfare Alliance EWA (Chicago) – An estimated 30 horses died in a truck fire on I-81 in Lisle, PA Monday night. According to police ...Full Article

Horse Therapy for Troubled Children

Epoch Times | Mary Silver | May 7, 2013 Early childhood education specialist Kathy Lee has seven children, five of whom are adopted. One of her daughters seemed to ...Full Article

Riding high: Horses that help the disabled

Kansas.com | Keith Erwin | May 7, 2013 SEATTLE — When Christine Beatty watches her daughters ride horseback, she sees things that might not be obvious to others. “Look ...Full Article

Roy Exum: America’s First ‘Ag-Gag’ Victim

The Chattanoogan.com, Saturday, May 04, 2013 – by Roy Exum The town of Draper City, Utah, finally became famous this week when Amy Meyer became the first American to be ...Full Article