News and Noteworthy

Horses cross New Mexico Highway 48 near Ruidoso, N.M. As published by the Ruidoso News Ruidoso, N.M. – About a dozen “wild” mares and their foals were hauled away from the Alto area Friday in response to a complaint lodged by a resident of Enchanted Forest, who contended they were ... Read More
August 27, 2016AnnieFannie
BLM photo As published by the Black Hills Pioneer Belle Fourche — Relocation of more than 1,000 wild horses onto a private ranch in Butte County is one step closer to fruition with the release of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) ... Read More
August 26, 2016AnnieFannie
  Take action: Join Return to Freedom in opposing wild horse roundups -- sign our petition by clicking here. As published by Oregon Public Broadcasting A wild horse roundup in eastern Oregon has been postponed because of the Cherry Road Fire. The plan was for the ... Read More
August 24, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom and coalition partners AWHPC & Cloud Foundation continue to challenge the planned removal of wild horses on the Wyoming Checkerboard. Published Aug. 16, 2016: Wyoming Public Radio Network By Melodie Edwards For the second time in two years, the Bureau of Land Management will round up all ... Read More
August 16, 2016AnnieFannie
Published in News of The Horse August 16, 2016 Fort Polk, Louisiana – Between 700 and 750 wild horses are “trespassing” on Fort Polk, and the Army has implemented a plan to move them off the base. Course of Action 7 (CoA 7), authorized by base commander Brig. Gen. Gary M. ... Read More
August 16, 2016AnnieFannie
Dollars in the Wind
  While Return to Freedom agrees that BLM’s current trajectory is unsustainable, RTF rejects the columnist’s notion that caring about the fate of free-roaming horses and burros is a “hipster” issue. Wildhorse Annie would surely laugh at that label. Rather, RTF believes that the responsibility to protect wild horses is an ... Read More
August 13, 2016AnnieFannie