Western Radio Show Tackles Mustang & Unwanted Horse Issue with Dr. Don Hoglung

Monday, July 5, 2010

The Horse Radio Network's Western Radio Show Explains the Dilemma of Unwanted Mustangs

Lexington, KY -  One of the Horse Radio Network's newest shows, The Western Radio Show, takes a look at the controversial mustang situation in a way that anyone can understand.  With the help of Dr. Don Hoglund, author of Nobody's Horses, The Dramatic Rescue of the Wild Herd of White Sand, hosts Alan Moorhead and Jymmy Kay Coxguide you through the history, the controversy and the possible solutions to this topic.
There are over 34,000 formally free roaming mustangs currently in holding pens across America. The disposition of these horses has been the subject of  heated debate and emotions recently.  This two part series on the Western Radio Show at www.westernradioshow.com  offers a better understanding of the mustangs displacement and disposition alongside the options currently available..

"I didn't know much about the situation with the Mustangs in America.  All I know is I have been getting many emails asking us to do an episode on the topic.  I am very impressed with this two-part series that Alan and Jymmy Kay have put together with Dr. Hogland.  If you are new to this topic or passionate about it in any way, these episodes are enlightening and informative," said Glenn the Geek, founder of the Horse Radio Network.

The Western Radio Show is a weekly one-hour show that takes a look at the Western lifestyle in and entertaining and informative way.  Hosted by Alan Moorhead and Jymmy Kay Cox, it is expected to become one of the premier shows on the Horse Radio Network. Alan Moorhead is known in the western show and rodeo world as one of the leading announcers in America.  Jymmy Kay Cox is past president of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association and a champion barrel racer.

Listeners can tune in to these special episodes of the Western Radio Show at www.westernradioshow.com.   You can hear all eight of the Horse Radio Network shows, on the website or on your iPod, iPhone or MP3 player.  

The Horse Radio Network is the leader in equine related online horse radio.  With a variety of shows from the serious to the sublime  entertaining listeners in over 42 countries, the Horse Radio Network is your source for everything horse-related.  The full lineup of shows now includes the Stable Scoop Radio Show, 2010 Radio Show, Eventing Radio Show, Dressage Radio Show, Jumping Radio Show, Horse Tip Daily, Western Radio Show and Tack and Habit.  All the shows are available at www.horseradionetwork.com.