The National Drawing Contest submissions celebrated the love of horses, with over 100 fantastic entries received across four age categories.
The sale of horse-drawn vehicles and equipment collected over the past 60 years is an opportunity to purchase some rare and historical items.
A fundraising effort by Meghan Ney is aimed at giving youngsters in the care of the Children's Aid Society an opportunity to ride.
Wild Beauty Foundation and Animal Wellness Action have teamed up to produce a feature film focusing on the issues facing America’s mustangs.
Researchers will evaluate foals’ response to moderately strenuous exercise to see if it stimulates bone growth in areas susceptible to fractures.
The Community Association for Riders with Disabilities' (CARD) annual fundraising event is back, but it looks a little different this year.
Thanks to the quick response of fire and rescue teams and humane society staff, these two equine emergencies had happy outcomes.
The Picnic and Party Paddocks with their Filly & Fox horse-box bar came about due to Covid-19 and remain wildly popular.
More than 90 groups, businesses, rescues and 1,100 individuals have called for a stop to the BLM’s roundup of the Onaqui wild horses.
A quarantine has been imposed on the affected premises in Sturgeon Country due to this highly-contagious, lifelong and often fatal disease.
An elderly mare on North Carolina's Outer Banks has been seen "babysitting" foals from other family groups.
The future veterinarian began raising chickens and is now selling their eggs to raise money for a horse, garnering tons of community support.
Written 20 years ago but only published late last year, the book tells the true story of a little girl's love and loss of a feisty pony.
Things looked grim for the little mini foal shortly after her birth, but now she is reportedly getting stronger every day.
New York Times exposes the link between the BLM Adoption Incentive Program and the slaughter of federally-protected wild horses and burros.