Roundup agreement canned following legal challenge – Just Briefly – Horsetalk.co.nz

“The McDermitt nightmare was the first of what could have been two solid years of heinous roundups authorized by the USFS.”

EPONA – Equine Protection of North America‘s insight:

Thank you Jordan and Citizens Against Equine Slaughter, and Protect Mustangs for some really good news.  Bravo!

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Dr Lester Castro Friedlander, president of Citizens Against Equine Slaughter, said: “It’s unfortunate the first McDermitt roundup wasn’t stopped before horses were sold at auction, but we’re glad we got rid of the underlying agreement that made the McDermitt roundups possible and authorized an undisclosed number of similar roundups until May of 2015.” 

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EPONA – Equine Protection of North America‘s insight:

Finally, someone “gets” how I feel as an advocate.  It is more than  feeling “hungry”, it is a neverending desire, a fire that will not go out.  The need to speak for them.  I feel like I am living among Extraterrestrials.  They (family and friends) do not understand me, my passion to “do no harm” to the other sentient beings on our planet.  Why is it that?  Something that I innately feel so intensely, at such a deep and passionate level, but yet, cannot explain that depth to others.  It is so very lonely, frustrating, painful and exhausting teaching others something that should come to them naturally.  I know I was born with an “empathy” gene, but cannot understand why others don’t have it, hidden away somewhere and all I need to do is “trigger” some internal memory of life as it was centuries ago, in hopes that they will rise up and speak “Truth to Power”.  It is a constant “hunger pang” in knowing the truth but yet unable to reach and educate others to this simple fact that they “belong” as much as we do.  It cannot be quashed until I am able to help free our “Sisters and Brothers” from cruelty and exploitation.  After all, they really only differ slightly from our DNA.

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The Freedom Collection – Horseworship – Horse Themed Clothing and Accessories For Equestrian Lovers

Clothing made for horse and equestrian enthusiasts by designer Pamela Robins. Each individual design unfolds into a multi-dimensional journey of discovery. The result: unique wearable art that is cool for riding in the arena or for a night out.

EPONA – Equine Protection of North America‘s insight:

Love these!  And a portion of your purchase goes to support Return to Freedom.

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Inspired Freedom Vanishing Art Photography Exhibit Helps to Save America’s Precious Wild Horses

If you’re traveling through or live near Tulsa, Okla., in early October, you won’t want to miss Kimerlee Curyl’s Freedom Vanishing, a special photography exhibition in support of America’s legendary wild horses.

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