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Texas Parks and Wildlife Rescue

[caption id="attachment_11773" align="alignleft" width="300"] 25 miles of washboard road to the highway[/caption] After a negotiated agreement was reached last week with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, two of our folks took off to Big Bend State Park, just a few miles north of Presidio, Texas. Fifteen...

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Texas Parks and Wildlife Department signs agreement with Habitat for Horses September 19, 2012 (Hitchcock, TX) - The Texas Parks and WIldlife Department signed an agreement today that releases the few remaining horses currently used at the Big Bend Ranch State Park to Habitat for Horses....

Representative Moran name plaque

[caption id="attachment_11730" align="alignleft" width="277"] Rep. Whitfield at Press Conference[/caption] Thursday afternoon found RT Fitch, his wife, Terry, and myself presenting Representative Moran with around 16,000 letters calling for a stop to both horse slaughter and the BLM roundup of our wild horses. We arrived in time...

President Obama

For Immediate Release: September 12, 2012 Contact: R.T. Fitch, President WHFF, 800-974-3684 Jerry Finch, President Habitat for Horses, 866-434-5737 Wild Horse Letters to the President Swell in Support Equine Welfare Groups Join in Asking Obama to Stop the Roundups HOUSTON, (WHFF) – Wild Horse Freedom Federation’s letter writing campaign to...

Habitat for Horses

At the end of this letter, I’ll be asking you to do something. This is important. You need to be a part of this. Added together, I’ve probably written thousands of pages in both articles and blogs about the destruction of our wild horses, about the...

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MoZ: A horse on the road to recovery By Debbie Stoutamire Special to The Daily News Published August 14, 2012 “He jests at a scar that never left a wound” — William Shakespeare. [caption id="attachment_11674" align="alignleft" width="119"] MoZ is doing well in rehabilitation at Habitat for Horses in Hitchcock.Photo...

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Published on Jul 15, 2012 by GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY You Tube Video (Please note - I look a whole lot better than this in real life!) Jerry Finch founded Habitat for Horses in 1998 in Hitchcock, Texas. Since then, relying mostly on private donations, the nonprofit organization...

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Habitat founder: Horses are companions, not food By Chris Paschenko The Daily News Published July 16, 2012 HITCHCOCK — The founder of a nonprofit organization that rehabilitates horses seized by law enforcement testified at a recent Senate hearing, speaking in opposition to reinstating horse slaughter in the state. Jerry Finch,...