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Wild horse lovers counter Utah ranchers’ lawsuit

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By Kristen Moulton, Salt Lake Tribune

Wild horse advocates are asking a federal judge in Salt Lake City to dismiss a lawsuit by Utah ranchers seeking immediate removal of wild horses from the public range.

Vehicle vs. wild horse accidents on 50 drawing concerns

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By Kevin Trout, RGJ

After leaving last week's Stagecoach Advisory Board meeting where the issue of wild horses was discussed —including wild horses being hit by vehicles — Lyon County Commissioner Ray Fierro saw Lyon County Sheriff's and Nevada Highway Patrol vehicles heading east with lights and sirens.

Wild Horses, Dragged Away

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Letter to the editor, Suzanne Roy to the New York Times

“As Wild Horses Overrun the West, Ranchers Fear Land Will Be Gobbled Up” (news article, Oct. 1) leaves unexplored some important questions about how and for whom our public lands are managed. The roundup of more than 800 wild horses in Wyoming provides an answer.

Push for protection for Mesa Verde wild horses continues

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By Nancy Lofholm, Denver Post

Utah ends inmate wild horse program with BLM

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By Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah prison officials said Friday the federal government has 30 days to relocate 1,100 wild horses after the state ended a program in which inmates cared for the animals.

Prison ends wild horse program; BLM must remove 1,100 animals

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By Marissa Lang, Salt Lake Tribune

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has 30 days to move more than 1,100 wild horses out of state after the Utah Department of Corrections terminated its Wild Horse & Burro Program, ending a seven-year partnership with the federal agency.

Tenth Circuit Considers New Appeal to Block Wild Horse Roundup

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By Erin Jones, Wyoming Public Radio

Wild horse advocates continue fighting a planned roundup near the Red Desert.

Feds agree to postpone Wyoming wild horse roundup

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By Associated Press

CHEYENNE — The federal government has agreed to postpone a planned roundup of about 800 wild horses in Wyoming to give horse preservation groups time to press their appeal of the plan in a federal appeals court in Denver.

Wild Horse Advocates Make Next Movie in Wyoming Checkerboard Case

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By Horsetalk

Wild horse advocates have lost a legal bid for a temporary injunction to stop the muster of mustangs from the checkerboard lands of Wyoming, but they have been granted more time to allow for an appeal.

Sides feud over temporary ban on horse roundup

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By Associated Press

CHEYENNE — Horse preservation groups seeking to block the federal government's plan to round up about 800 wild horses in Wyoming now have won at least a temporary victory.

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