Coalition Member News
By The Cloud Foundation
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 31, 2013) – “Without Hope Ryden there would be no Cloud or any wild horses roaming in the Pryor Mountains,” states Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation.
Approximately 1,800 wild horses are in a potentially dangerous situation at a facility operated by the Bureau of Land Management near Reno, Nev., where temperatures have been reaching record highs exceeding 100 degrees this month.
By Mary Cella, HLN
An American icon is in peril. The wild mustangs that roam the American west are rounded up by helicopters and forced into government holding facilities. There are about 50,000 wild horses and burros broiling in government pens and pastures.
Corolla, N.C. – Carlos is a newborn wild horse from Corolla that was abandoned by his mother. He’s being nursed back to health on the mainland.
By Bonnie Matton, Reno Gazette-Journal
Though people continue to feed and water wild horses, these horses most often end up becoming 'nuisance' horses, just like 'nuisance' bears.
By Bonnie Matton, Reno Gazette Journal
The Nevada Discovery Ride–the first-of-its-kind equestrian event to bring attention to the plight of wild horses–was planned by Wild Horse Preservation League member Samantha Szesciorka.
By Horse Back Magazine
RENO, (Wild Horse Education) – ) The wild horse and burro advocacy group, Wild Horse Education (WHE) filed today in Reno federal court to stop the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from hiding their actions from the public during a removal operation in Western Nevada that could begin any day.
By Michael Winerip, The New York Times
It seemed like one of those blatant outrages, a case of good versus evil with an easy solution if the United States government would just come to the rescue.
By WRAL Staff
RAWLINS, Wyo. — Some — but not all — wild horse advocates want the federal government to use pens near water sources instead of helicopters to gather wild horses in southern Wyoming this summer.
By Caitlin Owens, News Observer
WASHINGTON — For the second year in a row, a bill to protect wild horses on North Carolina’s coast has gone to the U.S. Senate after passing unanimously in the House.
NEW YORK, June 3, 2013 — /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) today applauds the U.S. House of Representatives for passing, without opposition, the Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act (H.R. 126)