By Lyssette Williams Portraits by Lori Ovanessian Ever since he was a small child, Nick Haness dreamed of a life filled with animals. “I wanted every animal growing up,” Nick said. “We owned a few dogs — but having five boys in the house was probably enough for my parents.” After years of leasing and
Chances are the term “agility” brings to mind dogs racing over courses of obstacles. But did you know that the sport is quickly gaining popularity among the equestrian community, and that the animals negotiating the courses are horses instead of dogs
We have always done more than write. In addition to bodywork on horses and smaller mammals, including humans, we provide excellent care for Critters, Farms & Houses when dear friends travel. Occasionally we must go to extremes in order to ensure the well-being of their animals and homes: these efforts more than justify the small amount we ask to help our bill-paying fund (aka income before outgo!).
Sunday, December 02 2012 by Editor
December 1, 2012 –New York, NY- New York’s QUAD Cinema, IMA Studios, WFLF Humanion Films and The Triumph Project are proud to present the provocative new documentary Saving America’s Horses: A Nation Betrayed produced, written and directed by filmmaker Katia Louise. Featuring revealing interviews with distinguished veterinarians, trainers, academics, investigators, policymakers and members of the equine community, including Paul Sorvino, Linda Gray, Tippi Hedren, and Willie Nelson, the film addresses a question that recently prompted the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, to threaten to “punch out” a reporter who asked him if “any changes need to take place in the system in terms of safeguarding America’s wild and domestic horses.” Louise and her organization, the Wild for Life Foundation, ask the same question in her investigation of the economic, environmental, public health and ethical issues surrounding the slaughter of both wild and domestic horses for their meat.
W.F. Young, Inc. Presents Donation to Two Equine Rescues as Part of Partnership with Equine Network’s A Home for Every Horse
Wednesday, November 07 2012 by Editor
Boulder, Colo.—The rehabilitation and rehoming process for rescued horses takes an incredible amount of time and resources. To assist with this undertaking, W.F. Young, Inc
By Jan Westmark-Allan My daughter Abby, who is also a Sidelines staff writer, is living in Boston while she attends culinary school. So when an Assistant Editor from Boston Magazine sent me a story on Boston, it caught my attention
Wednesday, September 26 2012 by Editor
By Jan Westmark-Allan NetPosse Does Work! Our story on NetPosse is featured in the October issue of Sidelines Magazine.