Three local wild horse advocacy groups working with the national organization, Return to Freedom, and in conjunction with the Nevada Department of Agriculture are working to keep wild horses on the Virginia Range roaming free.
GRAND JUNCTION – The Bureau of Land Management is planning to gather more than 160 wild horses in northwest Colorado next month, a move that could be put on hold by an organization looking to pursue legal action.
Colorado Springs, CO (August 12, 2015) - “Mustangs inhabited the West Douglas Herd Area (WDHA) long before Colorado was even a territory, let alone a state,” stated Toni Moore, Board Member of The Cloud Foundation (TCF).
For many years, the issue of wild horse population management has been an emotional topic in Northwest Colorado. Many highly invested parties have strong feelings regarding proper herd size, management and possible round up of local wild horses, and their varied opinions often put them at odds with each other.
A message from Jacquelyn Hieber, rescuer of Grulla Stallion #3907, who perished on July 28, 2015 at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) holding corrals just weeks before he was scheduled to be transported to the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary.
Forgive me if this is not well-written, but I want our village of mustang warriors to be the first to know. It is with a broken heart that I am writing to tell you that our beloved Grulla #3907, Antonino, has left this Earth.
WASHINGTON—The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) today commends the members of the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee for approving an anti-horse slaughter amendment to its fiscal year 2016 Agriculture Appropriations bill.