Open letter to our non-horse owning friends

Dear Non-Horse Owning Friends: I’m guessing that over the course of a day, you see horses in memes and in branding (Think “Whoa there!’ memes, Ford Mustangs, Budweiser Clydesdales). But how many of you see a real horse with your own eyes on a regular […]

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The Power of a Good Start

Earlier this month, we traveled to Livermore, Colorado, with Raechel Nelson and her 10-month old gelding, Gunner. The purpose? “To give him a chance to socialize with some other geldings and to give him some room to run around, stretch his legs and grow up […]

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Sackett succumbs to colic

Our dear mustang and newest addition to the herd, Sackett, died on a dreadfully memorable day when Salt Lake’s airport and its major interstate were shut down due to a ferocious sand storm. Seventy-mile an hour winds whipped through the area, picking up sand, dirt, […]

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BLM’s colorful and questionable auction

While fans of pretty horses are lining up and drooling, we were shaking our heads at the newly posted auction pages of the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro program. As much as we like to advocate on behalf of the BLM and […]

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