All Photos above were taken by John Wheland of wild, free roaming horses in the U.S. Great Basin during 2010 and 2011.

What You Should Know!

It's time to stop using steroids on horses! Steroids are dangerous and unnecessary, and horse owners should look to the 4 Pillars of... Read more..

Photos from the AANHCP Field Headquarters!

Every water and land conservationist should understand the healthful benefits of Paddock Paradise.
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AANHCP Vital Mission

Our vital mission is to advance the humane care and management of domestic equines worldwide through the application of proven practices and principles based on the research and findings of wild, free roaming equines living in the U.S. Great Basin.

PETA "Hit and Run" Tactics Strike the Racing Industry

Recently brought to the news front in the New York Times is PETA's (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animal's) assail of race horse breeder/trainer Steve Asmussen and his top assistant, trainer/manager Scott Blasi,... Read more..

Perception vs. Reality: Equine Myths and Mistakes!

Horses frolicking in a carpet of thick grass is a typical but hazardous sight!
Photo © Jill Willis 2004

One might think that with some 60 million horses in the world that we would, as a civilization in love with these beautiful animals, have a better... Read more..

    Why A Wild Horse Model?

    The connection between what we do as NHC practitioners and our "wild horse model" -- the wild, free-roaming horse of the... Read more..

    Ask the AANHCP

    Do you have a question about the AANHCP vital mission or NHC? The AANHCP welcomes inquiries about our vital mission -- what we do and... Read more..

    A Stall is Simply a Cage

    Isolation & confinement does not make for happy, healthy horses!

    Los Angeles Police Department Mounted Patrol Horse hangs his head into the aisle of the... Read more..