Another Horse Found Dead at Heber WHT

The cause of death has not been established, according to a report posted yesterday by KJZZ-FM of Tempe, AZ, which brings the total to 17 since October.

The WHT and surrounding lands are subject to—wait for it—permitted livestock grazing (see map on page seven of this document).

The Forest Service omits it from the list of WHTs, as though it doesn’t even exist.

RELATED: No New Details on Heber Wild Horse Shootings.

Artist Returns to Unfinished Sculpture Thirty Years Later

Known by many as ‘Wild Horse Monument,’ it sits on a ridge above the Columbia River near Vantage, WA.  Fifteen life-sized horses made from steel were installed before the money ran out in 1990.  Fundraising has resumed and the designer visited the job site recently with the goal of completing the project as originally intended.

RELATED: Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies.