Two men have been taken into custody after firing shots into the corral facility operated by the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group in Arizona. No volunteers and none of the horses were injured in the incident.
Not a word on the immigration status of the perps!
UPDATE: The shooting happened on 09/16/18 around 5:00 PM. See this report by FOX-10 in Phoenix.
Go to jail, get a horse. H/T Good Day Sacramento.
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Large cactus fell down last year, now there are many offspring.
Crack in PVC adapter at check valve. Leak stops when pump shuts off. The corrugated plastic sheet deflects the spray away from electrical equipment.
Fortunately, the defect was upstream of the check valve. If it was downstream, the system would continually lose pressure and the pump would be running frequently to refill the tanks.
Make sure your horses have enough water before attempting a repair!
Short video of the branch that fell on the roof of an old horse shelter 09/05/18.
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Ten to twelve inmate-trained horses will be offered for adoption September 15 at the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in Elk Grove, CA. Refer to the BLM news release posted earlier today. Bidding starts at $300.
Joe Misner, on the right in this photo from the 2018 Western States Horse Expo, coordinates the R3C wild horse training program.
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Large branch fell on old horse shelter 09/05/18, caving in roof. Horses have not been kept in there for over ten years.