$500 reward offered to find wild horse harassing youths

Cross-posted from the Reno Gazette-Journal Written by BONNIE MATTON A Dayton, NV based wild horse advocate group is offering a $500 reward for information that would lead to the arrest and conviction of youths that allegedly chased a band of wild horses in the Stagecoach Valley on Dec. 28, ultimately causing the stallion to break… Continue reading $500 reward offered to find wild horse harassing youths

BLM chief in Nevada wants more eyes on wild horse roundups

Cross-posted from the Reno Gazette-Journal via the Associated Press (Dec. 26, 2011) -- The head of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management in Nevada is appealing to agency employees to step up and blow the whistle on any abuse of mustangs. Amy Lueders said that’s the best way to stop horse protection advocates from undermining… Continue reading BLM chief in Nevada wants more eyes on wild horse roundups

Mustang abuse discovered in Utah facility

The Cloud Foundation Press Release SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (November 11, 2011) – The Cloud Foundation (TCF) has received a report from wild horse advocate, Lisa Friday, regarding the conditions of two Bureau of Land Management (BLM) wild horse holding facilities in Utah. Friday was following up on the wild horses she found living in… Continue reading Mustang abuse discovered in Utah facility

Sheriff’s Office investigating BLM conduct at Indian Lakes holding facility

Cross-posted from Lahontan Valley News The Churchill County Sheriff's Office has begun an investigation into alleged mistreatment of wild horses at the Indian Lakes Holding Facility, Sheriff Rich Ingram said on Tuesday. Ingram said he received four complaints about the condition of some wild horses, particularly the foals. Aleta T. Wagner of Denver was one… Continue reading Sheriff’s Office investigating BLM conduct at Indian Lakes holding facility