Long Island-based wild horse advocates are calling on Congressional lawmakers to drop a controversial proposal that would authorize euthanizing thousands of mustangs that were rounded up on federal land in the West.Read more
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NAVAJO NATION — For centuries, wild horses have roamed the Navajo Nation, where they serve as both a symbol of the unconquerable Native spirit and the iconic image of the American West.Read more
Last week, the House Rules Committee rejected two bipartisan amendments to government funding bills that would have protected horses. The first would have prevented horse slaughter plants from reopening here in the United States.Read more
The Bureau of Land Management on Thursday rounded up 46 wild horses as it began work on trying to remove up to 100 horses that have wandered outside the designated Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area.
The agency said it expects the work to last less than a week.Read more
RBC | Earlier this summer Congress approved an appropriations bill which would impact the way wild horse and burro populations are managed nationwide. Included in the bill was the Stewart Amendment, proposed by Representative Chris Stewart (R-Utah).Read more
Last week, President Trump reached a deal with Congress to provide a short-term, 3-month budget extension.
Good or bad news for horses? The answer is neither. The final votes to allow or stop slaughter are now delayed until early-December.Read more
On the day I visited the wild horses of Onaqui, in northern Utah near the Nevada border, the night had been very cold, but when the sun hit noon and bathed the desert, they were relaxed enough toRead more