Today’s Texas rancher not only faces the challenges of a lingering drought but must still battle the age-old problem of cattle rustling — a problem that has plagued the industry for more than a century.
A fast-moving fire swept through a Northwest Fort Worth stable early Monday, killing at least 11 horses and injuring several others, authorities said.
Since a cowboy preacher left North Texas in July to ride around the world to draw attention to horse abuse, he lost two of the animals to injuries in the first 600 miles.
The central character of “War Horse” is a horse named Joey, represented by a life-sized puppet. The movements are so convincing that it’s easy to forget you are not seeing a live horse.
The West Nile virus is a big concern for people, but it’s top of mind for North Texas ranchers as well. They’re worried about the risk of losing livestock to the disease.
A woman from Denton has been convicted for the starving deaths of two horses when she lived in Red Oak. Two other horses were rescued.
An animal cruelty investigation has been launched in Dallas after three miniature horses were found stabbed to death outside the owner’s home.
CBS 11 News has discovered $250,000 in grant money, and a proven equine therapy program in Tarrant County, begging for veterans to take advantage.
A shelter from the wildfires in Bastrop County has been set up in Elgin, but not for people.
The federal Bureau of Land Management holds regular auctions of wild mustangs and burros. During the weekend of June 3-5, the BLM held an auction at All Star Equestrian, a therapeutic riding facility in Burleson. […]
Some events at a horse show in Fort Worth have been cancelled because of the threat of a deadly horse virus. An outbreak of an equine herpes virus, in some western states, is behind the decision.
The shocked and grieving owners stood helplessly in the 100-degree heat, knowing their animals were dying in the fire but unable to help.