SRWHMG Rescues Abandoned Paint Horse

SRWHMG Rescues Abandoned Paint Horse
An aging, domesticated brown and white Paint horse was found abandoned by a volunteer for the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group. Author: Pete Scholz Published: 4:53 PM PST April 2, 2018 Updated: 6:42 PM PST April 2, 2018 TONTO NATIONAL FOREST, Ariz - Lester Walker put the call out around 8:30 Monday morning. "We need to get somebody out here. There's a horse out here that's not one of the Salt River's," he said. Walker volunteers with Salt River Wild Horse Management Group, which ooks after the health and welfare of a herd of wild horses that roam near
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SRWHMG commends State & Feds for protecting Salt River Wild Horses

SRWHMG commends State & Feds for protecting Salt River Wild Horses
Press release Friday, December 29th 2017 Mesa, AZ . . . The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group and its national coalition partner, the American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) commended Governor Doug Ducey, the State Ag department and the U.S. Forest Service for reaching an agreement for the management of the Salt River Wild Horses. The agreement fulfills the conditional enactment clause of the Salt River Wild Horse Act, passed by the Arizona Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Ducey in May 2016. The agreement establishes a management structure and process to provide humane management for the Salt River
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