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All horses safe after Warm Springs auction

Posted by Texas Mustang Project on June 20, 2010


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9 Responses to “All horses safe after Warm Springs auction”

  1. Linda said

    Great news! That baby at the beginning was so precious and calm. I couldn’t hear the audio very well. Did it’s mama die after being hit by a vehicle?

    Good looking horses. Alert, clean-limbed, and all appeared to be sound. Wonderful way to start the morning!

  2. Linda said

    T., off-topic, but could you recommend any videos on foal/colt -starting (six months to 2 years)? We have several at the rescue and are using Parelli, but need something tailored more to the young ones than the older horses.

    • tracielynnthompson@yahoo.com said

      Yea, lemme do a little bit of digging… I used to have 1 or 2 myself for lessons but have since lost track of them LOL.
      T.

  3. reveil39 said

    What a relief! Great work from Equine Outreach.

  4. sandra longley said

    The Warm Srings indian res. runs a herd averaging 4,000 horses, god bless Joan for what she and her group was able to do on short notice..The High desert has had prolific rains this spring, grass is abundant across the high desert and wild horses everywhere are in great shape..remember that when BLM says there is not enough forage.

    • sandra longley said

      Also the comment was made that any horse not sold would be shot…pretty grim..prior to slaughter houses being shut down and the market dollars for horses at an all time low..these horses were by and large headed to slaughter.

  5. jan eaker said

    I do love the sound of “horsetalk”

  6. LOUIE COCROFT said

    JAN, SO DO I. WENT TO A LITTLE, LOCAL HORSE SHOW A FEW WEEKS AGO JUST TO WATCH–GOT HORSE SLOBER, HORSE HAIR, HORSE SWEAT ALL OVER ME–WONDERFUL!

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