News and Noteworthy

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This fall, digital billboards in New York City’s Times Square have alerted throngs of tourists about the need to spare horses from slaughter and protect the wild horses that still roam our public lands. Those Return to Freedom billboards and more like them coming to ... Read More
December 6, 2019Cory Golden
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Dear Friends, On this holiday when we pause to give thanks, we are grateful – –​ grateful for the opportunity to work each day to protect America’s mustangs: a symbol of freedom inspiring not only Americans but people all over the world, –​ grateful for the support that enables us to care all year long for 465 wild horses and ... Read More
November 28, 2019Cory Golden
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Return to Freedom has long been a staunch opponent of the surgical sterilization of wild mares and jennies. On Nov. 18, RTF’s Board of Directors sent a letter to the leadership of the House and Senate Appropriations Committees further underscoring this opposition. Click here to read the full letter.
November 18, 2019Cory Golden
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The Bureau of Land Management has since Tuesday captured 172 wild horses in an ongoing helicopter roundup as the agency work toward complete removal of all horses on the Seaman-White River Herd Areas near Ely, Nevada. Two wild horses have died, according to BLM's gather report: --On Nov. 12, a ... Read More
November 15, 2019Cory Golden
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The Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday began a complete removal of all wild horses on the Seaman-White River Herd Areas near Ely, Nevada, capturing 102 wild horses. A 12-yeear-old grey stallion died after suffering a broken neck, ... Read More
November 13, 2019Cory Golden
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As soon as Tuesday, the Bureau of Land Management was set to begin a complete removal of all wild horses on the Seaman-White River Herd Areas near Ely, Nevada. In 2008, BLM decided to allow no wild horses ... Read More
November 12, 2019Cory Golden