News and Noteworthy

Triple B – BLM photo
The Bureau of Land Management is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who shot five wild horses in November 2021 in Jakes Valley, about 30 miles west of Ely, Nev. According to a press release from BLM: On Nov. 16, 2021, ... Read More
August 17, 2022Cory Golden
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LOMPOC, CALIFORNIA -- Return to Freedom Wild Horse Conservation on Thursday applauded the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to award an estimated $500,000 in grants to public and private partners for the benefit of wild horses and burros, even as RTF continues to stress the need for the agency ... Read More
August 11, 2022Cory Golden
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Young Rider magazine has featured Return to Freedom's American Wild Horse Sanctuary in its September / October 2022 issue.
August 9, 2022Cory Golden
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Friends! The U.S. Congress is about to begin their annual August/Summer recess where legislators return home for the month for vacations and meetings with constituents in their home districts. This is the best opportunity for you to speak up for wild and domestic horses directly to your own elected official. Return to ... Read More
August 4, 2022Cory Golden
Twin Peaks – BLM
Two wild horses were put down after suffering injuries on Monday during the Bureau of Land Management’s ongoing helicopter roundup on the Twin Peaks Herd Management on the California-Nevada border. Wild horses that had been driven into the trap by helicopter “stopped their forward motion and reversed as a group, moving ... Read More
July 26, 2022Cory Golden
Triple B – BLM photo
Nineteen wild horses were captured on Monday on the Triple B Complex in Nevada, bringing the total captured to 346 since the Bureau of Land Management’s ongoing helicopter roundup began on July 17. Two wild horses were killed on Monday: a 6-year-old Palomino stallion that suffered a broken neck and a ... Read More
July 26, 2022Cory Golden