Cross-posted from Equine Advocacy Examiner Written by MAUREEN HARMONAY | 20 June 2010 Against all odds, Joan Steelhammer did something that no one thought was possible. The founder of Equine Outreach in Bend, Oregon orchestrated safe passage for all of the horses offered for sale at yesterday's Warm Springs auction. Not only did they not… Continue reading Hero Jan Steelhammer brings wild horses home from Warm Springs auction
Cross-posted from the Equine Advocacy Examiner Written by MAUREEN HARMONAY Wild horses at upcoming Wild Springs Indian Reservation auction could face a gruesome future For the last eight years, the tribal residents of the sprawling Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Wasco County, Oregon, have rounded up countless wild horses who roamed their extensive million-square-mile territory,… Continue reading Auctioned Wild Springs Mustangs may face bitter end
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 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”