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Wild horses in Eastern Kentucky face threats

Horses have roamed free for decades on old surface mines in Eastern Kentucky, but with unchecked breeding and owners apparently turning out more mares and stallions in recent years, the population has increased to the point of concern, according to animal-welfare advocates. The horses can endanger themselves and drivers by wandering onto hilly roads, and face untreated health problems ...Full Article

The world’s last truly wild horse is making a comeback

In the majestic Mongolian landscape, where the vast grasslands meet the endless dunes, herds of horses rove. Neither tethered nor constrained by fencing, they run and graze on the ...Full Article

A legendary breed of wild horse returns to Russia

There are only about 2,000 Przewalski horses left in the world, but in October six endangered members of this species arrived in Russia. Scientists hope to restore them in ...Full Article

‘Unbranded’ Sheds Light on Wild Horse Issues in the West

UPDATE – This is actually a Pro-Cattle / Anti- Wild Horse film according to those who have viewed screenings! It is difficult to tell from the promotional materials provided ...Full Article

Fewer choices for wild horses in BLM holding pens

As the drought and the wild fires continue in America’s West, the wild horse populations living there are in serious danger. In a recent round on BLM controlled land, ...Full Article

Arizona’s politicians take the side of the Salt River Wild Horses

Many of our readers are interested in the Salt River Wild Horses. They live on National Forest land in Arizona – not the land chosen by the federal government ...Full Article

Update on Salt River Wild Horses

Online and in-life efforts to save the Salt River Wild Horses appear to be working. Animal advocates and the federal government are working to settle a lawsuit over the ...Full Article

VIDEO – Salt River horses update

It looks like public pressure is working! Our representatives are helping – at least now the Forest Service will wait until the state legislative branches are in session before ...Full Article

The Shocking Slaughter Government Hopes You Won’t Notice

Unauthorized livestock, not wild horses – that is the excuse the government is giving for their plans to possibly slaughter the Salt River horses of Tonto National Forest in ...Full Article

3 Shocking Facts About the Treatment of Wild Horses

For anyone who follows the treatment of horses throughout the United States, the treatment of wild horses is not surprising but still shocking. Now, more than ever, the public ...Full Article
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