Amicus Brief Filed By Dr Phillip Sponenberg in support of Louisiana’s Unique Wild and Free Roaming Horses 

On April 16th, 2018 Dr Phillip Sponenberg, a Choctaw Horse expert with 45 years of experience studying Choctaw Horses, filed an Amicus Brief in support of  the protection and preservation of Louisiana's unique wild and free roaming horses. The Brief states: In the Army's Environmental Assessment (EA), the Army failed to consider: the impact horse removal would … Continue reading Amicus Brief Filed By Dr Phillip Sponenberg in support of Louisiana’s Unique Wild and Free Roaming Horses 

Video Footage of Louisiana’s Wild and Free Roaming Horses – March 2018

The Peason Ridge Annual Tour, held on March 30th, 2018 was truly amazing. Mr. Rickey Roberson, our tour guide and local historian, shared his extensive knowledge about an area in west central Louisiana, known as Peason Ridge. The Ridge is situated between the Sabine River and the Red River, called the Neutral Zone where Native Americans … Continue reading Video Footage of Louisiana’s Wild and Free Roaming Horses – March 2018

Objections Filed in Case to Project Louisiana’s Free Roaming Wild Horses

Objections to the March 9th Report and Recommendation were filed on March 23rd, 2018 Link to Objections here: https://pegasusequine.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/03-23-18-68-1-mem-re-objections-to-rr-1.pdf Link to Report and Recommendation here: https://pegasusequine.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/03-09-18-67-rr-on-pi1.pdf Recap: On Friday, March 9, on narrow grounds a Western District U.S. Magistrate Judge chose not to recommend that the Court stop the elimination of wild and free roaming horses at … Continue reading Objections Filed in Case to Project Louisiana’s Free Roaming Wild Horses