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Before I started the national campaign to end horse slaughter in 2001, I spent time at auctions, watching kill buyers at work at auctions in Pennsylvania and Ohio; I followed single- and double-deck trucks crammed with horses on their ... Read More
January 27, 2018Cory Golden
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Choctaws on the Move
by Elena Bajona, Applied Equine Behaviorist for RTF We are excited to announce the birth of a new Choctaw horse conservation effort thanks to Sarah Shaw, of Nature Defense Foundation. Today, nine small but mighty Choctaws have been adopted and are being moved to Northern California to join an education-focused ... Read More
January 27, 2018Cory Golden
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  Dear Friends, Thank you to all of those who’ve reached out to ask whether our American Wild Horse Sanctuary near Lompoc is at risk from the horrific wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of thousands of acres in Southern California. The short answer is: We’re fine. Some days, it’s been hazy with smoke ... Read More
December 18, 2017Cory Golden
  Word from Washington, D.C., is that it has been too quiet from wild horse supporters. We must turn that around – *now* -- before thousands of wild horses and burros are lost to foreign slaughterhouses or felled by bullets paid for by our own tax dollars. Here’s how you can help ... Read More
June 29, 2017AnnieFannie
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  America's wild horses and burros need your voice TODAY. Here are four easy things that you can do to advocate on their behalf: Send an email to Congress Urge lawmakers to oppose provisions in the president’s recently released 2018 budget proposal that would allow the Bureau of ... Read More
June 29, 2017AnnieFannie
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Horse trainer and clinician Linda Salinas calls it the “ah-ha moment,” when a client’s preconceptions and preoccupations are lifted away, like a veil, and human and horse begin working in harmony. “When you’re so present, it naturally unfolds,” Salinas says. “The more present ... Read More
June 12, 2017AnnieFannie
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  Today, we honor the brave men and women who gave their lives to our country. We honor the brave dogs, burros and mules that worked by their sides. We honor the brave war horses that carried them. More than 8 million horses, donkeys and mules died in World War I alone. Many of ... Read More
May 29, 2017AnnieFannie