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Sick wild horse born along NC coast beats all odds to survive

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By Fox 8 News

CURRITUCK, N.C. — A horse born along the North Carolina coast is making a remarkable recovery after being on the verge of death a few weeks ago.

ASPCA Commends Senate Committee Vote to Prohibit Horse Slaughter in America

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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.

Steens Mountain wild horse round up still on, for now

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By Dylan J. Darling, The Bulletin

A legal challenge has not yet stopped the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to round up wild horses on Steens Mountain.

Wild horses take center stage

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By Jim Mimiaga Cortez Journal

“Roaming Wild,” a documentary on wild horses, will be shown July 10, at 5:30 p.m. at the KSJD Sunflower Theater as a fundraiser for the Colorado Chapter of the National Mustang Association.

Wild-horse advocacy group defends BLM

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By Brett French, Billings Gazette

A wild-horse advocacy group that has often been at odds with the Bureau of Land Management in the past over its management of the Pryor Mountains’ herd stepped forward last week to defend the agency.

The Cloud Foundation Clarifies BLM Action to Remove Select Young Pryor Mustangs

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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (June 29, 2015) The Billings Montana BLM Field Office decision to remove 15 - 20 young horses from the Pryor Mountains this summer has met with an outcry and a lawsuit filed by an East Coast animal rights group, but not from The Cloud Foundation (TCF).

Fact and Innovation: Hope for Wild Horses

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By Laura Harper

June 2015

Imagine, fact-based research working hand-in-glove with the innovative heart to find solutions to wild horse overpopulation.

U.S. Horses Deserve Lasting Protection

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By Matt Berkshadker, President, ASPCA

 

Last year, the federal appropriations bill for 2015 renewed a ban on the use of tax dollars for inspections of horse slaughterhouses, keeping the vile horse slaughter industry from operating anywhere in America... for a time.

BLM tries new ways to deal with horses

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June 09, 2015 2:00 am

The Bureau of Land Management used to round up more wild horses more frequently, even herding excess equines with helicopters. More recently, such gatherings are much smaller and gentler — more like dinner invitations.

BLM has been seeking public comment on a plan for the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range this fall. Horse specialists would set up portable panel pens at water sources, haul in feed and open the doors. Sometime after horses get used to walking in and out of the pen, the crew closes the doors.

Her love of horses always a passion, now a career

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By Shelley Wigglesworth, Sea Coast Online

Marika (Clark) Ruppe grew up in the Kennebunks in the 1970s and 1980s, attending local schools in Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Arundel before graduating from Gould Academy in Bethel. No matter where Ruppe lived while growing up, she was always surrounded by horses. Little did she know then that her love affair with horses would turn into a life-long passion and career that would take her all over the United States.