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This Wild Horse Couldn’t Be Tamed – Until He Met A Disabled Boy.

Horses, even wild horses, have an innate sense of our true intentions. In turn, they are honest with us. This is why Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy is growing in popularity as a means to reach those who have trouble reaching out for help. Habitat for Horses will be offering Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy. We will be doing a spotlight Full Article

Soring Bill at Risk as Congressional Term Winds Down

Please urge your representative to move this forward – we need to stop soring NOW. Click here to find out how to contact them. From: Veterinary Practice News The ...Full Article

10 Hot Weather Horse Care Tips

The summer has just begun and already temperatures around the country are soaring. Preparing for the summer heat is as important as preparing for the cold. ~ HfH From: ...Full Article

Houston Mounted Patrol’s barefoot horses

It is Sunday – time for some slightly lighter “good” fare. ~ HfH From: Horse Talk If there were one story, that to me “sealed the deal” on barefoot ...Full Article

Leave the wild burro be

Great stories are timeless – and should be repeated. Especially stories about burros! ~ HfH From: Las Vegas Sun By: Phoebe Sweet To most tourists, Southern Nevada’s wild burros ...Full Article

Members of Congress Tackle Horse ‘Torture’

From: ABC News By: Tom Giusto It was an unusual sight — show horses parading around the Capitol. But these Tennessee Walking horses came to bring attention to what ...Full Article

Knoxville woman travels to D.C. to support “PAST Act”

A pro-Big Lick supporter is the only person who has posted on the original article. Please click on the link below the article “Continue to Original Article” to go ...Full Article

Mitch McConnell & Andy Barr continue to support horse torture

From: Barefoot and Progressive By: David M. F. Schankula Mitch McConnell & Andy Barr continue to support horse torture despite Ed Whitfield’s bill to stop the practice In the ...Full Article

Horses on the Hill: Advocates push equine welfare in D.C.

From: Philly.com By: Amy Worden Equine advocates are working two fronts on Capitol Hill this week to protect America’s horses.Outside the Capitol supporters of humane treatment of Tennessee Walking ...Full Article

Roy Exum: ‘Dutch’ Walks In D.C. Today

From: The Chattanoogan By: Roy Exum The last time there was a “Dutch” in Washington was in the 1980s when Ronald Reagan, famously nicknamed “Dutch” by his father and ...Full Article