Coalition Member News
By Jennifer Viegasm, NBC News
Human friends may come and go, but a horse could be one of your most loyal, long-term buddies if you treat it right, suggests a new study.
Plans to return 186 wild horses to the rangelands of Nevada are on hold in what two wild advocacy groups are calling a stand-off between federal authorities and a local rancher and his supporters.
By Western Watershed Project
If the Bureau of Land Management is serious about saving Greater sage-grouse, the agency would stop issuing grazing permits that expand livestock impacts in the bird's habitat.
By Jim Mimiaga, Cortez Journal
Wild horse advocate TJ Holmes is hiking for hours and hours through Disappointment Valley, north of Dolores, with a specialized dart gun.
Kill buyers are the worst enemies of horses in the United States, according to the head of a leading American charity.
By NBC News11
MESA COUTNY, Colo. The Bureau of Land Management presented the Colorado Volunteer of the Year Award to five people who participate in a darting team for fertility control.
By Jeff Hampton, Pilot Online
Meet Gus, the newest, most eligible bachelor in town. He's quite a stud - a wild stallion, if you will.
By Kurt Hildebrand, Record-Courier
Local wild horse advocates are encouraging residents to attend a meeting held by the Bureau of Land Management on its resource management plan.
By Caroline Ballard, WPM
A US District Court granted wild horse advocates the right to intervene in a case involving the management of horses on Wyoming land.
By Wayne Pacelle, HSUS
Horses are a big part of our agenda at The HSUS, which houses the only national advocacy department focused on protecting horses from commercial exploitation.
With President Obama signing the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill, the United States will continue to forbid the domestic slaughter of horses for human consumption.