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FOAL celebrates new water-delivery system

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By Buzzy Hassrick, Cody Enterprise

September 21, 2016

The water-delivery system now in operation in the McCullough Peaks represents not just an impressive accomplishment, but also an exceptional cooperative effort.

Wild horse advocates seek emergency order to stop Livestock Board sale

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By Dave Tomlin, Ruidoso News

September 7, 2016

An annoyed and frustrated 12th District Judge Dan Bryant tried to conduct a hearing on the Alto horse case Wednesday in which attorneys for both sides attempted to make their cases via glitch-plagued long distance phone lines.

FOAL fundraiser Saturday

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By Cody Enterprise

September 2, 2016

A celebration of the water project that benefits all McCullough Peaks wildlife, including wild horses, will highlight FOAL’s fall fundraiser.

They Shoot Horses (With Birth-Control Darts), Don’t They?

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By Jacob Bunge, The Wall Street Journal

August 28, 2016

TJ Holmes begins each spring by apologizing to the wild horses in Colorado’s Disappointment Valley. Sometimes, she cries.

The Verge Review of Animals: Champagne Lady, a wild mustang

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By Kaitlyn Tiffany, The Verge

August 28, 2016

As an adult who survived public schooling, I am aware that science generally demands objectivity of its practitioners. As a girl who "adopted" a mustang out of an overwhelming sense of duty and fate, I am here to tell you that there is nothing more beautiful in this world than Champagne Lady, the wild mustang.

Wild horse advocates sue BLM to stop planned sterilization program

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By Tom McGhee, Denver Post

July 26, 2016

Wild horse advocates have asked a court to stop the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to sterilize wild horses, a step the agency says is needed to control explosive growth among herds.

Wild Horses Find Peace and Protection in Northern California Sanctuary

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By Tiffany Camhi, KRCB

July 12, 2016

Wild mustangs are an enduring symbol of American culture - representing freedom, beauty and power. But these horses are rapidly losing their place on public lands. One Sonoma County resident is trying to change that by providing a local sanctuary for displaced mustangs. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports.

ASPCA Commends Senate Committee for Vote to Prohibit Horse Slaughter in America

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By ASPCA

May 19, 2016

Appropriations bill will prevent U.S. horse slaughter operations in FY2017 by eliminating funding for horse slaughter inspections

Governor signs bill protecting Salt River wild horses

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By Ryan Van Velzer, Associated Press

May 11, 2016

PHOENIX (AP) - A herd of wild horses living near Arizona’s Salt River came a step closer to new protections under legislation Gov. Doug Ducey signed on Wednesday.

Salt River horses gain protections with Ducey bill signing

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By Brahm Resnik, KPNX

May 11, 2016

The iconic Salt River horses appear to have won protection for the next year and a half from a roundup by the U.S. Forest Service, under a bill signed Wednesday by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.