A Mustang murder mystery in northern Nevada

WILD HORSES NEVADA (Warning: Graphic Image) — On May 10, 2017, Tuesday's Horse received an email from the Professor and Chair of the Geological and Environmental Sciences Department of a California University stating he was leading a student field trip in Northumberland Canyon south of Austin, Nevada the previous weekend and they discovered the following:… Continue reading A Mustang murder mystery in northern Nevada

Nevada Public Radio: Will wild horses be dragged away?

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Wild Horses) — There is an interesting program on wild horses on Nevada Public Radio. The article gives us this grim reminder, "Secretary of the Department of the Interior Ryan Zinke supported measures for horse slaughter when he was a Montana Congressman." What we found most helpful was in public comments, written by… Continue reading Nevada Public Radio: Will wild horses be dragged away?

Advocates defeat Appeal to round up wild horses in Nevada and send them to slaughter

RENO, Nev. — Wild horse advocates in Nevada scored a victory Monday in an ongoing legal battle with rural interests they say want to round up federally protected mustangs across the West and sell them for slaughter. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco denied an appeal by the Nevada Association of… Continue reading Advocates defeat Appeal to round up wild horses in Nevada and send them to slaughter

Pickens’ wild horses murdered while wild horse enemy Salazar given special appointment by Hillary

What the heck is going on? Why do America's wild horses have such bitter enemies? Is it really about the land? Or perhaps it's about water rights. One of the country's top journalists, George Knapp, who has been investigating the wild horse and burro issue in Nevada for years, turned in a story that reports… Continue reading Pickens’ wild horses murdered while wild horse enemy Salazar given special appointment by Hillary