NEWS PROVIDED BYReturn to Freedom Wild Horse ConservationAug 26, 2021, 20:07 ET LOMPOC, Calif., Aug. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Return to Freedom Wild Horse Conservation, a national nonprofit advocacy organization, today called on Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to step in and make changes to a planned wild horse helicopter roundup on the Sand Wash Basin Herd Management Area in Colorado.… Continue reading Return to Freedom urges Haaland to change wild horse roundup plan
Yes, wild horses can prevent wildfires. It has been proven scientifically time and again. In the article below naturalist William E. Simpson II explains why. It is critical to understand just how important wild horses are to the health of the lands they run. Wild horses are saviours, not destroyers. —Editor. * * * NEWS… Continue reading Can wild horses help prevent wildfires in the West?
Not All Heroes Wear Capes A touching video captures the moment a brave horse galloped back into a roadside area overcome by thick smoke — despite rescuers’ attempts to corral him — to bring two other horses to safety as the Easy Fire raged in Ventura County. “From the #EasyFire in Simi Valley — this… Continue reading California “Easy Fire” horses and emergency preparation tips
Here we go again. Horse slaughter is dead. Long live horse slaughter. These ridiculous ideas keep getting published over and over. Do reporters do anything other than report opinions? How about some fact checking or simple reasoning? Oh, right. It's the editors; you don't have the time. In this case it is how banning horse… Continue reading Making horse slaughter dead is killing my business. Not.
Cross-posted from the Norman Transcript WRITTEN BY CHRIS JONES NORMAN, Okla. (Aug. 11, 2012) -- Gulfwind Wild Finale “Rocky” is a champion, high strung and not easily loaded into a horse trailer. In the midst of wildfires and 113-degree heat, Cortney Townsend made a harrowing five-mile ride to get Rocky away from danger. Cortney began… Continue reading Girl’s five-mile ride saves horse from blaze
CREATE A HORSE I.D. TAG Luggage tags are a safe, durable, weatherproof way to identify your horse in the case of an emergency or natural disaster. Simply attach it to their halter or head collar. Another good use is when you are traveling with your horses to events and outings. Personalize the tag with the… Continue reading Protect your horse with a Horse I.D. Tag
Cross-posted from theHorse.com By: JENNIFER WALKER, October 20 2008, Article # 12930 Los Angeles Animal Regulations rescue worker Kim Avalos was tied up in another evacuation when she heard that her own ranch was in the line of the wildfires that swept through Los Angeles County last week. But the hard work of those on… Continue reading California Fires: Owners help rescue horses (US)