Category Archives: Wild Mustangs
This is bound to be a good film! Wild Horse, Wild Ride Theatrical Trailer from Alex Klenert on Vimeo.
Federal Court Forces Interior Department to Consider Scientific Evidence Regarding Wild Horse Management
“Washington, DC – May 10, 2012 – The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has rejected an attempt by the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to withhold and ignore critical scientific evidence in its decision-making process … Continue reading
“ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez said Friday she is asking federal officials not to allow a southeastern New Mexico company to open the nation’s first slaughterhouse for horses since 2007. Martinez plans to send a letter … Continue reading
I stumbled on this nicely made video of the Outer Banks Wild Horses on Corolla Island, North Carolina. Remember, these horses are just as, if not more so, endangered as the Mustangs on BLM lands. The Corolla Island ponies are … Continue reading
Fearless Victory pairs traumatized mustangs and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder Mindfulness with mustangs at Medicine Horse By Stephanie Gates A very good program for PTSD vets!
Call President Obama on Promise to Stop Horse Slaughter! http://rtfitch.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/call-president-obama-on-promise-to-stop-horse-slaughter/#comment-48785
This is a great article about trimming horse’s feet linked in a post in the Horsetopia.com message board: Millwater’s Farriery: On the Barefoot Movement…versus the “Traditional Farrier Trim” Here’s the thread on Horstopia’s message board: Traditional Farrier Trim
Should the Mustang replace the Big Horn Sheep as the state animal of Nevada? Vote here: Help make the Mustang the state animal of Nevada! From: Carson City Nevada – NevadaAppeal.com
If you’re on Facebook and you support saving the Wild Mustangs, be sure to look into: American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign
So, here it was. A beautiful Sunday morning. Not too hot, not too cold. In fact, the weather was perfect for my daily ride on my curly Mustang ‘Baba’. I made my way out to the trails to give Baba … Continue reading