The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group (SRWHMG) and the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC) are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who shot three Salt River wild horses in the Tonto National Forest on Friday. At least one horse – a beautiful 6-month foal named Kai – died, and two other young members of the same band have been observed alive, but with possible bullet wounds, and may need to be rescued by the SRWHMG. “The coward who shot these innocent and beloved horses deserves to be
Salt River Wild Horses Survive Cactus Fire Fox10 MESA, Ariz. (KSAZ) - It was a busy day for fire crews as they worked to get control of several wildfires in our state, including the Cactus Fire, which is burning close to home in the Tonto National Forest near Mesa. There is concern about a herd of wild horses that live in the area. Volunteers with the Salt River Wild Horse Management group are monitoring the horses, which have moved to safety. It appears that they've taken shelter under trees and not in danger. Read More: http://www.abc15.com/news/region-southeast-valley/mesa/group-concerned-for-salt-river-wild-horses-near-cactus-fire ABC15 Ashley Loose, MESA
We did our very best today, to help a young wild mare who's baby had gotten stuck and died during delivery. Our experienced field team had jumped into action and our vet was getting there as fast as she could, but sadly the mare went into septic shock and passed, the baby had simply been stuck for too long. She was a beautiful dun mare, just 2 years old, her name was Clydette, daughter of Bonnie. But just as nature gave us heavy hearts and reminded us of how harsh it can be sometimes, it then immediately showed us how
Salt River Wild Horse Management Group (SRWHMG) guides them Home for the Holidays azfamily.com 3TV | Phoenix Breaking News, Weather, Sport Fountain Hills, AZ (December 17, 2016) . . . Many Fountain Hills residents noticed the pair of wild horses in their backyards and neighborhood streets for the past several weeks. The horses were welcomed by some and chased by others and have even caused some disputes between neighbors. No one knew where they came from or why they were not leaving the neighborhood, until the Town of Fountain Hills called the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group (SRWHMG). Following
Phoenix, AZ (November 23, 2016)... In a sign on letter sent to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack this week, Republican and Democrat members of the Arizona House Delegation called on the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), a division of the USDA, to immediately approve a humane fertility control program to manage the Salt River horses of the Tonto National Forest. The letter was written by Congressman Trent Franks and signed by his House colleagues, U.S. Representatives Kyrsten Sinema, Paul Gosar, Raul Grijalva, Matt Salmon and Martha McSally. The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group and its national partner, the American Wild Horse Preservation
Killing off the wild horses of the American West, animal lovers are furious over a proposal to do just that. It's already been rejected, but the fight over federal land and free-roaming herds is far from over.
Salt River Wild Horse Management GroupBreaking: Please help share and make your voice count! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Simone Netherlands, SRWHMG, 928-925-7212 Rally & Press Conference Thursday: Wild Horse Advocates Call For Humane Wild Horse and Burro Management at Regional AZ BLM Meeting Salt River Wild Horse Management Group to Decry Recommendation for Mass Killing of 45,000 Captured Mustangs Phoenix, AZ (September 13, 2016).... The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group (SRWHMG) will hold a rally and press conference on Thursday, September 15th at a meeting of a Bureau of Land Management regional advisory board for Arizona, to call for
Phoenix, AZ (May 11th, 2016). . . .HB 2340, the bill to protect the famed Salt River wild horses in the Tonto National Forest cleared its last hurdle in the Arizona legislature on May 5th with a 53-3 vote in the House of Representatives and was signed on May 11th by Governor Doug Ducey! While SRWHMG members and supporters celebrated the historic event right outside of the AZ Capitol waving the American, Arizonian and SRWHMG flags from the backs of horses, their president Simone Netherlands had a chance to witness the important event and thank him properly for his support.