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New Rescue - Smoochie

MWHR welcomed Smoochie to the farm this past Saturday. Smoochie is a 13 year old mustang gelding who was born in a New Mexico holding facility. 107 more words


WATCH: SMU's Semi Ojeleye Soars Above Rim For Gorgeous Put-Back Dunk

Bryan Altman

Duke transfer Semi Ojeleye has been nothing short of a revelation for the SMU Mustang’s in his first season with the team. He’s led the team in scoring all year, averaging 18.9 points per game to go with 6.8 rebounds per game as well. 77 more words


Book Review: The Man Who Listens to Horses

One of the best books I’ve read on training is The Man Who Listens to Horses.

I found this book by accident because I was looking in the wrong section of the library for another book for someone else. 866 more words

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BLM Seeks Public Comment on Plan to Rip More than 1,000 Wild Horses Out Of Wyoming | Straight from the Horse's Heart

“This is Your Chance to be a Voice for the Horses…”

The Bureau of Land Management offices in Rock Springs and Rawlins are launching a 30-day public scoping period prior to preparing an environmental assessment on proposed deadly wild horse stampedes in the Salt Wells Creek, Adobe Town, and… 156 more words

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Glimpse into Horse Slaughter – Eagle Pass, Texas (raw video)

“Quietly and behind the scenes the Equine Welfare Alliance and Wild Horse Freedom Federation have been watching, taking note and documenting more than just the unnecessary roundups of wild horses and burros by the BLM; but also paying attention to where tens of thousands of American horses and donkeys (domestic and wild) disappear to without even so much as a final wave goodbye.

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BLM Set to Wage War on Wyoming’s Wild Horses, AGAIN! | Straight from the Horse's Heart

Sources: Multiple

“Using poor science and bad numbers the BLM continues to ensure that the wild horses of Wyoming will have no families, freedom or future.  280 more words
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Has a Missing Horse Reappeared?

A couple of weeks ago, there were some photos posted on the Pryor Mountain Mustang Center’s Facebook page.   These photos, were taken by Dennis McCollough.  It showed  three dark-colored horses, two of which were easily identified as Orlando and Oglala.  531 more words

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