Coalition Member News

A Special Delivery for Sally Jewell on Capital Hill

By American Mustang The Movie

This week, the American Mustang the Movie Team traveled to Washington, D.C. to screen AM3D for a select group of decision makers and politicians. Producers Ellie Phipps Price and Henry Ansbascher hosted the special, one-time screening on Capital Hill to bring the plight of wild horses front and center.

Foundation to Protect New Mexico Wildlife Reaches Agreement with Navajo Nation to Protect Horses

By AWI

SANTA FE, NM— The Foundation to Protect New Mexico Wildlife today announced it has formalized an agreement with the Navajo Nation to develop a comprehensive and humane program to manage the thousands of free-roaming horses on the reservation. The ultimate goal of the agreement is to develop alternatives to transporting the horses to slaughter facilities.

Federal Grazing Program in Bundy Dispute Rips-Off Taxpayers, Wild Horses

By Vickery Ekhoff, Forbes

Sean Hannity defended Cliven Bundy as a patriot. Harry Reid called Bundy a terrorist. Jon Stewart called him a “welfare rancher trying to pull off the world’s largest dine and dash.”

Wild Horse advocates appeal court decision: Forest Service Fence threatens ongong survival of Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Herd

By The Cloud Foundation

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (April 23, 2014) On April 21, 2014, The Cloud Foundation (TCF), Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) and noted equine photographer, Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation (WHFF) filed an appeal in District of Columbia Circuit Court to US District Court's November 2013 dismissal of a lawsuit against the Custer National Forest (FS) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Students observe wild horses at Lompoc sanctuary

By Willis Jacobson, Lompoc Record

Fifteen-year-old Jade Adams often spent weekends during her childhood in New Cuyama, and had a lot of interactions with horses.

Artist and Winery Join Forces to Raise Awareness and Funds for Wild Horses

By Digital Journal

When artist Donna Bernstein painted Into the Light, an homage to the plight of America's wild horses and the efforts to save them, she had no idea that the painting would inspire a joint venture with Morse Wines - based in Fiddletown, CA - and Return to Freedom's American Wild Horse Sanctuary.

Advocacy groups file appeal in case challenging management of wild horses in Pryor Mountains

By The Republic

BILLINGS, Montana — Wild horse advocacy groups are appealing a federal judge's ruling that denied their challenge to the government's management of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.

BLM criticized for selling horses for slaughter

By Mead Gruver & Scott Sonner, Associated Press

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Bureau of Land Management rounded up a horse herd that roamed for decades on federal land in northwest Wyoming and handed the horses over to Wyoming officials. They, in turn, sold the herd to the highest bidder, a Canadian slaughterhouse.

Happy ending for foals from roundup

By Patti Carpenter, The Greybull Standard

Four foals, dubbed by wild horse advocates as the “Dry Creek quartet,” are now out of harm’s way and under the care of experienced veterinarian Dr. Lisa Jacobson in Northern Colorado.

Horse roundup irks wild horse advocates

By Gib Mathers, Powell Tribune

A wild horse advocacy group is upset following the roundup of 41 horses in the area, but the federal and state agencies involved say their actions were legal.

Bureau of Land Management held hostage by Iron County Commissioners

By The Cloud Foundation

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (April 7, 2013) - The Cloud Foundation (TCF), a national wild horse advocacy organization, is shocked at the BLM’s apparent agreement to comply with Iron County Commissioner’s ultimatum: "Remove Wild Horses from Public Lands or we will."

Free Roaming Wyoming Horses Rounded up by BLM and sold to Canadian Slaughterhouse by Wyoming Livestock Board

By The Cloud Foundation

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (March 31, 2014) - On March 24, The Cloud Foundation received an anonymous tip that BLM had rounded up and removed 41 free-roaming horses from public lands in northern Wyoming.