The Story of Sugarfoot “The Little Bay Mare from Camp Polk”

The true meaning of Sanctuary, a place where animals are brought to live and be protected for the rest of their lives.Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary (BHWH) has provided the amazing gift of a lifetime home for 17 Fort Polk Horses that were needlessly evicted by Fort Polk Officials from their homelands in Louisiana's Kisatchie National … Continue reading The Story of Sugarfoot “The Little Bay Mare from Camp Polk”

Motion For Summary Judgement Filed By PEGA Legal Counsel

Motion for Summary Judgement filed by PEGA's Legal Counsel On October 1, 2018 legal counsel for Pegasus Equine Guardian Association filed a Motion for Summary Judgement in the case against US Army regarding Louisiana's heritage horses at Fort Polk, LA in Kisatchie National Forest. Summary of motion below: List of Issues Presented for Judgment  1. … Continue reading Motion For Summary Judgement Filed By PEGA Legal Counsel

Untold Story of RoundUp#9

September 18th, 2018:  Public Affairs office at Fort Polk notifies organizations on their "Army Approved" 501c3 list, this list was created 2+yrs ago. The official communication, as seen below, reports that 29 horses have been captured.  However, initial eye-witness reports state that there were actually significantly more horses captured. September 22nd, 2018 - Pick Up Day It was reported … Continue reading Untold Story of RoundUp#9

Preliminary Genetic Analysis Reveals Fort Polk Horses have Strong Spanish Associations, Unique in Remaining Wild Herds.

​How could the army have gotten it so very wrong? Preliminary genetic analysis from random samplings of generationally wild, free roaming horses at Fort Polk in Louisiana confirm heavy Spanish association. While  variables weigh into genetic testing results, the Fort Polk horses consistently pair with Puerto Rican Paso  and Venezuelan Criollo , based on the preliminary genetic analysis by Dr. … Continue reading Preliminary Genetic Analysis Reveals Fort Polk Horses have Strong Spanish Associations, Unique in Remaining Wild Herds.

17 Fort Polk Horses find freedom at Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

After months in the making 17 wild horses from Fort Polk , Louisiana made the long journey to Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary on Saturday September 15th, 2018. These 17 horses were part of a the May 2018 Round Up, circumstances surrounding this round up are explained in this Article. In summary the May 2018 Round … Continue reading 17 Fort Polk Horses find freedom at Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

AWHC’s Letter of Support for Louisiana’s Wild Horses

BREAKING NEWS: Yesterday, American Wild Horse Campaign , the nations's largest wild horse advocacy group, issues letter in support of our goal to preserve and protect Louisiana's Wild Horses. "The American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) is writing in support of the Pegasus Equine Guardian Association’s (Pegasus) efforts to protect and humanely manage the horses living in the … Continue reading AWHC’s Letter of Support for Louisiana’s Wild Horses

Fort Polk bulldozing through on Round Up 8 of 32 Horses and TSU responds to Letter

Tucked away in central Louisiana are unique herds of wild horses. A vision that removes you from all attachment to the outside world. Today their existence is under attack. Even as I am writing this I am receiving word that yet another lot of horses has been captured and is currently in holding on the Fort Polk Installation. … Continue reading Fort Polk bulldozing through on Round Up 8 of 32 Horses and TSU responds to Letter

Letter of Concern

The following letter of concern, dated August 3, 2018,  was sent to all parties involved in the horse removal program at Fort Polk. Please take a moment to read the entire letter by clicking the picture below or on this link below. Letter of Concern Regarding Fort Polk Horse Removal The US Army Corps Awarded Texas … Continue reading Letter of Concern

Louisiana’s Wild Horses Need Your Help

May 2018 caring individuals answered our call for help in saving Louisiana’s Wild Horses evicted by Fort Polk Officials. Today, 15 of those Fort Polk horses rescued need a permanent home. Currently, a “documented” 206 Wild Horses have faced eviction since 2016. Until recently there were legitimate rescues involved in protecting the welfare of these horses who … Continue reading Louisiana’s Wild Horses Need Your Help

Help Needed: Fort Polk Horses Need a Home!

May 2018 caring individuals answered our call for help in saving Louisiana's Wild Horses evicted by Fort Polk Officials. Today,  17 Fort Polk horses rescued need a permanent home. See Video #1 - Fort Polk Horses saved May 2018 HOMES NEEDED! Given the current situation regarding the organizations working with the Army to remove horses, … Continue reading Help Needed: Fort Polk Horses Need a Home!