An open house and BBQ will be held at Giddy Up Horse Ranch in Bend, OR, on 08/11/18 so interested persons can see the foals saved from slaughter by the Yakima Orphan Foal Network, also known as Thunder Mountain Farms Equine Rescue.
See this announcement at Visit Bend, a public relations site created by the Bend City Council.
These foals are coming from the Yakama Indian slaughter pipeline in Washington state, where slaughter-bound horses are hauled off in trucks marked ‘666.’ There are some sick minds in that industry.
Yes, he can learn. Past experience has an effect on future experience because of things going on inside his head. If that wasn’t true, hot wires would serve no useful purpose.
The horse, like his rider, does not sit around helplessly as life passes by. Instead, he is a factor that determines, in part, what it shall present.
H/T Rick Gore for the video.
The adoption event will be held July 20 – 21 at the Shale Knoll Arena on Sherks Church Road, according to a BLM news release dated 06/25/18.
A trainer with experience in gentling mustangs will be on site demonstrating both days.
Availability of wild horse and burro posters not known.
Nail them to a wall or put them above the entrance to your barn, open end up so the good luck won’t spill out!
An advantage of using 15-gallon buckets for water is they can be easily dumped, rinsed and refilled. A disadvantage is the horses can easily put their feet inside, splash out half the water and flip the things over. Which happens frequently in summer. That’s what horses do. But having no water when temperatures are over 90 degrees is unacceptable.
One way to avoid the problem is to add a 100-gallon stock tank. The drain has a 1-1/4″ pipe thread, which accepts a 1-1/4″ x 3/4″ bushing for installing a valve. The rim is high enough to deter contamination from dirty feet. You can always set it on a pallet or cinder blocks for extra protection.
When full, the tank weighs over 800 pounds, which means it’s not going anywhere until you drain it. The tank supplements but does not replace the 15-gallon buckets. You can be away for a day or two and not have to worry about water, assuming you have someone who can help with feeding and cleaning.
If you elevate the tank a few inches you can connect a garden hose to the valve and direct the old water to a suitable spot. Or you can just let it go to the ground so your horses can play in it.
The size and weight of the empty tank put it in the ‘luggable’ category. You’ll still need to clean it two to three times a week. Price was about $125 at the local feed store.
The event will occur on 08/11/18 at the Regional WHB Corrals in Ridgecrest, CA, as indicated in a news release dated 07/10/18. Most of the horses are aged two years and older, but some colts and fillies will be available. All of the boys have been gelded. The whereabouts of captured mares was not provided.
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