News and Noteworthy

Local station KCOY featured wild horse ambassador Sutter and Return to Freedom President Neda DeMayo on its Friday evening newscast. To read more about Sutter's ASPCA Horse of the Year Award, please click here. To help celebrate Sutter's special honor, RTF invites you to sponsor a wild horse that, like ... Read More
October 22, 2016AnnieFannie
  The U.S. Army plans to remove hundreds of wild horses from Ft. Polk in Louisiana. The following is a op-ed piece by Amy Hanchey of the Pegasus Equine Guardian Association. As published by Beauregard Daily News The title of the most-recent article, "Making Sense of Fort Polk ... Read More
October 21, 2016AnnieFannie
  As published by Ruidoso News With their mandatory period of isolation expired earlier this week, the “wild” horses of Alto rounded up in August by the New Mexico Livestock Board soon will be allowed to mingle again as a herd. Their numbers grew from the dozen originally picked up and ... Read More
October 20, 2016AnnieFannie
  Update: Read about the award ceremony and find more coverage of Sutter, including videos, by clicking here. Born wild and once marked for destruction, Sutter, a stunning palomino stallion, has been named Horse of the Year by The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. He lives at Return ... Read More
October 19, 2016AnnieFannie
  As published by The Rapid City Journal Newell, SD — As an illustration of the lengths the federal government must now go to manage all the wild horses under its care, it doesn’t get much more telling than this: In South Dakota, a Powerball jackpot winner is now getting ... Read More
October 19, 2016AnnieFannie
The Bureau of Land Management has captured 297 wild horses from the Big Sand Spring Valley portion of the Pancake Herd Management Area, about 30 miles west of Ely, Nevada. The contractor used a hay and water trap to lure the horses. The round up ended Oct. 18. "The BLM removed the horses due to ... Read More
October 18, 2016AnnieFannie