Wild Horse Sanctuary plans open house in Shingletown

Wild Horse Sanctuary Shingletown. Photo by Greg Barnette.

If you live in the Redding, California area, and want to see wild horses and burros, and meet Terri Farley and Craig Downer, among other fantastic things, come one, come all to Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown this Saturday, August 18, 2012, for their annual "friendraiser". Read all about it. Cross-posted from The Record Searchlight… Continue reading Wild Horse Sanctuary plans open house in Shingletown

Wild Horses: Government transparency and public process jeopardized

Wild Horse Helicopter Stampede. Catoor Livestock image.

Protect Mustangs Press Release RENO (May 28, 2012) — Protect Mustangs has discovered that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) scheduled an important public hearing for 10 a.m. the morning after Memorial Day weekend without adequately notifying the public. The hearing is scheduled for 10-11 a.m., at the BLM Carson City District Office, 5665 Morgan… Continue reading Wild Horses: Government transparency and public process jeopardized

Nevada asks Obama to stop wild horse roundups

Reno, NV (April 21, 2011) —Taxpayers and wild horse advocates join with The Cloud Foundation to protest on the streets of Reno as well as at the airport. They demand roundups stop and for the government to cease warehousing the last living symbols of the American West. A new wave of protests is sweeping across… Continue reading Nevada asks Obama to stop wild horse roundups

Six months for Nevada wild horse killers

Cross-posted from The Washington Post via the Associated Press Written by SCOTT SONNER RENO, Nev. (Nov 3, 2010) -- A federal judge ordered prison time for two men who admitted to using wild horses as target practice but sought leniency Wednesday, telling them that "drunken and boneheaded is not an excuse" for the crime. "I… Continue reading Six months for Nevada wild horse killers

Wild horses: Calico roundup case dismissed

Cross-posted from the Nevada Sun ASSOCIATED PRESS | May 24, 2010 A federal judge Monday officially dismissed a lawsuit brought by animal rights activists over a big wild horse roundup in northern Nevada, saying the case was moot and plaintiffs lacked standing. U.S. District Judge Paul L. Friedman in Washington, D.C., who in December denied… Continue reading Wild horses: Calico roundup case dismissed

BLM denies public access to captured Calico Mustangs during processing

Americans are wondering what BLM is hiding as processing of nearly 1900 wild horses begins in Nevada. Protests continue to save an American icon as President Obama heads West THE CLOUD FOUNDATION PRESS RELEASE Colorado Springs, CO (February 17, 2010) — The Cloud Foundation objects to the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) severe limitations placed… Continue reading BLM denies public access to captured Calico Mustangs during processing