Coalition Member News

Nevada sanctuary for wild mustangs opens to tourists

By Fox News

High in the mountains of Northern Nevada sits Mustang Monument— a 900-square-mile sanctuary housing more than 600 wild horses rescued from slaughter by Madeline Pickens, head of the non-profit group, “Save America’s Mustangs.”

Join Return to Freedom and Robert Redford in Fight to Protect America’s Wild and Domestic Horses

By Return to Freedom

On December 17, 1971, President Richard Nixon honored the united and determined voice of the American people by signing into law the 1971 American Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act.

Wild Horses: December is the Cruellest Month for Salt Wells Creek Part Two

By Carol Walker, Wild Hoofbeats

On Wednesday morning last week I was in Rock Springs, waiting to hear if the weather was better and it had stopped snowing, and I heard that we were on for the release of the mares.

Wild Horses – December is the Cruellest Month for Salt Wells Creek Part 1

By Carol Walker, Wild Hoofbeats

A week before Thanksgiving I received a press release from the BLM Rock Springs office that stated that the Adobe Town /Salt Wells Creek Roundup was going to begin tomorrow.

BLM Warehousing Wild Horses in Rock Springs Holding without adequate windbreaks or shelter

By The Cloud Foundation

ROCK SPRINGS, WY. (Dec. 10, 2013) - The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) helicopter roundup of Wyoming’s Salt Wells wild horses in the snow and cold is over, but the inhumane treatment of the over 668 captive mustangs is continuing according to eyewitnesses to both the roundup and the corralling of the horses.

Young Crusader Declan Gregg Advocates for America’s Horses on Behalf of Children 4 Horses

By National Geographic

Dr. Jordan Schaul interviews another young crusader. To date, Jordan has introduced our audiences to young wildlife crusaders determined to help Taiji’s dolphins and South Africa’s rhinos. Here at home, another young crusader with a compelling story is making a difference for our most majestic of companion animals—horses.

The Cloud Foundation continues legal battle to preserve Cloud's Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Herd

By The Cloud Foundation

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (Dec. 5, 2013) - On Friday, Nov. 29, The Cloud Foundation (TCF) filed a Motion for Reconsideration on the heels of a dismissal of their lawsuit against both the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service (FS) by U.S. District Court Judge Gwin.

BLM Helicopter Roundups Continue to Destroy Wild Horse Herds

ROCK SPRINGS, WY. (Nov. 26, 2013) – The Cloud Foundation (TCF) adamantly opposes the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) continuing policy of rounding up wild horses in brutal weather conditions as witnessed by humane observers at the Adobe Town/ Salt Wells roundup in southern Wyoming this week.

Saving America's wild horse population

The Bureau of Land Management announced another wild horse round-up along the Wyoming-Colorado border. Now, there are approximately 45,000 wild horses in holding pens. Critics believe the U.S. Government is in violation of the Wild Horse and Burro Act.

Wild Horse Management Suit Bucked by Judge

By Annie Youderian, Courthouse News

The government's decision to rein in the wild horse population on Montana's Pryor Mountain did not violate environmental law, a federal judge ruled.

Temporary Halt on Horse Slaughter

Madeleine Pickens interviewed on the topic of horse slaughter

Horse slaughter: Activists vow long legal battle to save animals

By John Glionna, Los Angeles Times

Animal rights advocates are preparing for a legal showdown after a federal appeals court this week temporarily banned the slaughter of horses in New Mexico and Missouri, with the activists pledging to continue to fight for the welfare of domestic horses nationwide.