Happy ending for foals from Dry Creek roundup

Cross-posted from the GreyBull Standard BY PATTIE CARPENTER Four foals, dubbed by wild horse advocates as the “Dry Creek quartet,” are now out of harm’s way and under the care of experienced veterinarian Dr. Lisa Jacobson in Northern Colorado. The foals—individually named by horse advocates as Maestro, Allegro, Cornet and Piccolo– were separated from their… Continue reading Happy ending for foals from Dry Creek roundup

What a Veteran: Korean war horse Sgt. Reckless

This is our second post about the Korean War veteran Sgt. Reckless who happens to be a horse. We at Tuesday's Horse first discovered the Sgt. Reckless story in June, 2011. It has gone viral many times over since then, but for those who have yet to hear about her, you are in for a… Continue reading What a Veteran: Korean war horse Sgt. Reckless

Sgt. Reckless: A Great American Hero

Here is a video about a warrior you may never have heard about. Sgt. Reckless was a Korean War veteran of a different kind. She was a Marine with the 5th Marines Recoilless Rifle Co. SSgt. Reckless was wounded twice in action and went through some of the toughest campaigns of that war. Reckless was… Continue reading Sgt. Reckless: A Great American Hero

Amazing rescues: Horse stranded in wash rescued after 5 days (AZ)

Chopper Helps Horse Fly From Sandbar Colorado, an 8-year-old quarter horse, is airlifted from a sandbar in the middle of the Gila River to the river bank after spending nearly five days trapped. Cross-posted from The Arizona Republic at AZCentral.com By DEREK QUIZON and BRITTANY WILLIAMS | March 17, 2010 A horse who was stranded… Continue reading Amazing rescues: Horse stranded in wash rescued after 5 days (AZ)