UPDATE: Learn how you can help at Laura Leigh's blog. What would you pay for a living, breathing, irreplaceable part of America's history and heritage in the form of an iconic Mustang? The bidding starts at $125.00 for wild horses such as this 15-year-old Calico mare, Necktag #0832. She, and many, many others, are for… Continue reading Updated: BLM auctioning American icons in online Mustang sale
Request for Investigation Filed with FBI to Stop Calico Wild Horse Transport The ‘Erin Brockovich of America’s Mustangs’ fights to return Nevada Wild Horses to Freedom Reno, NV (June 21, 2010)—Cindy MacDonald, research expert and American Herds blogger has filed a request for investigation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) this afternoon to prevent… Continue reading Request for Investigation Filed with FBI to Stop Calico Wild Horse Transport
Adopting a Calico Mustang may be One Thing You Can Do to Help Cross-posted from Equine Advocacy Examiner Written by MAUREEN HARMONAY While efforts to secure the return of the Calico mustangs to their rightful ranges have been unsuccessful to-date, it is still possible to protect the safety of individual horses before they are dispersed… Continue reading Adopt a Calico Mustang. Must Act by June 15th.
Cross-posted from the Silicon Valley Mercury News Written by MARTIN GRIFFITH | © Associated Press | June 5, 2010 RENO, Nev.—A former U.S. Bureau of Land Management director has endorsed a proposed wild-horse preserve in Nevada, saying it makes more sense than Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's plan to send mustangs to the Midwest. Jim Baca,… Continue reading Former BLM Chief Baca backs NV Wild Horse Preserve plan
Cross-posted from Reno Gazette-Journal Written by FRANK X MULLEN JR. | May 31, 2010 "A Nevada rancher and a wild horse advocacy group have proposed creating a mustang sanctuary in the desert hills 160 miles north of Reno and have asked the Bureau of Land Management to release 1,700 captive horses into the sanctuary's care.… Continue reading Wild horse sanctuary proposed north of Gerlach
Cross-posted from The Examiner.com Excerpts from article written by MAUREEN HARMONY News goes from bad to worse for captive Calico horses May 24, 2010 Any hope that the surviving captive wild horses from Nevada's Calico Mountains would be returned to freedom was dashed today, when Federal Judge Paul Friedman ruled against the plaintiffs Terri Farley,… Continue reading Wild horses: No respite for Calico Mustangs, Remembering “Mouse”