Tuesday, February 28 2017 by Editor
Virginia Senter at the 2017 CPI in Wellington Florida on Sidelines TV
Macy Urbanosky from North Richland Hills, Texas at the 2017 College Preparatory Invitational in Wellington, Florida
Catherine Moorhead from Austin, Texas at the 2017 College Preparatory Invitational in Wellington, Florida
We catch up with Liz and discuss her riding career and Veterinary practice and how the two complement each other so well.
Thursday, February 25 2016 by Editor
Ariane Stiegler for the Amateur Rider Association of America on SidelinesTV
Friday, January 29 2016 by Editor
Victoria Caro At the 2016 College Prep Invitational in Wellington, FL
Bob Bell has announced that he and Bradley Spragg of Classic Publishing, a division of Classic Company Ltd, have acquiredSidelines magazine. Bell will serve as president and Spragg will act as publisher for the magazine.Sidelines is an equestrian-focused publication that has been often referred to as “Peoplemagazine” of the horse world. The publication and website
Tuesday, February 10 2015 by Editor
HSUS logo The Homes for Horses Coalition is a group of like-minded horse rescues and sanctuaries dedicated to ending horse slaughter and other forms of equine abuse, while promoting growth, collaboration and professionalism in the equine rescue and protection community. The Coalition was founded in 2007 and is supported by the Animal Welfare Institute, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and The Humane Society of the United States through the Jim and Jeannie Dodson Equine Protection Fund. The Homes for Horses Coalition is actively engaged in improving the lives of America’s equines by advancing the highest operating standards for equine rescue and retirement homes, promoting responsible horse ownership and facilitating communication and collaboration among equine welfare organizations.
HSUS logo For years, The HSUS has been critical of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) wild horse and burro program— consistently pressing the agency to make fundamental changes that allow the program to focus on on-the-range management practices. Unfortunately, the program remains characterized by a cycle of rounding up and removing animals that has resulted in approximately 47,000 of our nation’s iconic wild horses and burros being kept in holding facilities throughout the United States, a debacle that cost taxpayers over $46 million last year alone. The BLM recognizes that there are simply too many animals in holding facilities, and they are trying to solve this problem — something we at The HSUS applaud.