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Wild Horses

Court Rules for allowing Wild Horse Roundup to Proceed

In a blow to the remaining ever dwindling wild horse population in the United States, the BLM and the State of Wyoming will be allowed to proceed with their wild horse round up.  ~ HfH From: Sweetwater Now CHEYENNE, Wyo. – The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in Wyoming’s favor on a wild horse Full Article

Sable Island: Should the feral horses be removed?

The gorgeous wild horses of Sable Island have been there since at least the 1700’s. They are a small hardy ponies with a unique genetic line. A documentary - ...Full Article

Prison ends wild horse program; BLM must remove 1,100 animals

So many questions…why exactly is this program ending if the Federal Government overpaid the prison program to the tune of about 2 million dollars? ~ HfH From: The Salt ...Full Article

County to send message with Cowboy Express

The original draft of their proposal stated that the wild horses were to be sent to slaughter. The fact that they changed the wording to “auction” only places a ...Full Article

New wild horse documentary – “Sea Horses”

One can only hope that this new movie sheds light on the dwindling population of wild horses on America’s Outer Banks. Pressed in by recent human development, these beautiful ...Full Article

BLM Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup delayed as advocates appeal to Tenth Circuit Court

From: KCSG By: Paula King (DENVER) — On Sep. 2, the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC), The Cloud Foundation, Return to Freedom and wild horse photographers Carol Walker ...Full Article

Documentary “Roaming Wild”

  From: St. George News Documentary “Roaming Wild” creates momentum for solutions to wild horse management controversy SANTA FE, New Mexico—Eighty thousand wild horses. Limited public lands. Modern problems ...Full Article

Nominations Open for Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board

Let’s hope someone who will actually work to protect the wild horses and burros gets elected instead of a pro-cattle or fracking paid “horse expert”. ~ HfH The Bureau ...Full Article

Group reconsiders Mesa Verde horse roundup

From: Cortez Journal Wild horse advocates concerned about feral herds at Mesa Verde National Park are reconsidering a roundup to reduce populations at the park. The Colorado Chapter of ...Full Article

Legislators have beef with BLM and Forest Service

From: Nevada Appeal The legislative interim committee on public lands approved a series of recommendations Thursday calling for changes in how grazing permits are handled and demanding BLM and ...Full Article