Month: May 2021
Different circles of citizens – those who want better protections for the gray wolf, who wish to see climate change addressed, and those who would like to see America’s wild horse herds protected – have found new hope in Haaland’s appointment.
The mass removals and stockpiling of wild horses in holding is unsustainable…This is not just an issue for horse lovers, it’s an issue that affects every American taxpayer. The long term cost for the BLM’s mass roundup plan over the next 10-20 years is a staggering $5 billion! Meanwhile, better, more humane and cost-effective alternatives exist.
A championship show horse from equine royalty, he was so large we affectionately called him Battleship Bismarck. He was also a one-of-a-kind gentle giant, my protector, and my best friend. Jacksonville, FL artist Mary Joan Hinson of Brush & Oil shares the touching story of the horse that inspired her Equestrian Series.
Riding horseback worldwide, Krystal Kelly – coach, author, world-renowned equestrian professional, and creator of The Equestrian Adventuresses community – fully validates the idea that you don’t have to live like everyone else.
Make this a time to discover, learn and know something new about yourself. If taking a fence apart is necessary to move forward – do it. But always respectfully put it back together. Don’t let fences, road blocks or any obstacles keep you from moving forward. Find opportunity, not problems in these challenging times.
This month we have published information regarding feed assistance for those in financial need, and are beginning fundraising to support HRL’s efforts to expand after achieving a goal we’ve had from Day 1!