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Reno woman undertakes 450-mile solo trail ride to raise awareness of wild horses in Nevada

Erin Breen | RGJ.com | May 4, 2013 Samantha Szesciorka has the gear, the clothing, the food and water, and now, a donation of 600 pounds of feed for her horse. She’s finally ready. The adventure she’s been planning for two and a half years is just around the corner. On May 25, she’ll embark Full Article

OpEd: The courage to continue

DEBBIE STOUTAMIRE | Galveston Sunday Morning News | May 5, 2013 Success is not final, failure is not final; it is the courage to continue that counts.” — Winston ...Full Article

Udall wants to give Anti-Doping Agency power to police horse races with simulcast wagering

Alamogordo Daily News, Milan Simonich, Texas-New Mexico Newspapers, 05/04/2013 SANTA FE – Congress annoyed many people when it held hearings in 2005 to investigate steroid use by big-league baseball players. ...Full Article

Jarl: Horse slaughter is not ‘euthanasia’

Katie Jarl,  News-Journal.com. May 3, 2013 Here in Texas, we know a thing or two about horses. These loyal animals have been a part of the fabric of our ...Full Article

BLM Researching Wild Mare Spayings

Pat Raia, The Horse, May 4, 2013 The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is studying the spaying of fertile wild mares in order to control the growth of the ...Full Article

Retired racehorse finds calling as abstract painter

Reuters, Jeffrey B. Roth, May 3, 2013 (Reuters) – The horse is an American icon. It races gracefully, performs heavy farm tasks, can do tricks and, if television is to ...Full Article

Former racehorses get a second chance at life

CNN.com Living. May 3, 2013, Ashley Strickland (CNN) — Wooden Phone was never asked whether he wanted to race. Born in 1997, the dull-brown thoroughbred didn’t show initial signs of ...Full Article

Gail Vacca’s baby wins long-shot horse race

(Personal note – Gail Vacca was instrumental in closing down the slaughterhouse in Illinois and has done miracles in saving the lives of hundreds of horses. She is also ...Full Article

All Eyes on Kentucky Derby and Needed Reforms

Michael Markarian, 02 May 2013 In what other professional sport is it acceptable for 24 athletes to die each week? With millions of Americans watching the Kentucky Derby this weekend, ...Full Article

More Time to Decide Whether to Sign or Veto TN “Ag-Gag”

Food Safety News, May 2, 2013 Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has longer to decide whether to sign the state’s “ag-gag” bill than Food Safety Newsoriginally reported. If signed, the bill ...Full Article
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