RT Fitch is a well respected author and staunch, compassionate equine advocate. RT is well known for his biting editorials on his blog and for telling it like it is. He is president of Wild Horse Freedome Federation [WHFF], serves on the board of Habitat for Horses [HfH] and the Habitat for Horses Advisory Council [HfHAC].

His wife, Terry, is on the board of WHFF, involved in HFH, HFHAC, chief photographer for Horseback Magazine and an award winning photographer. Together they donate time and financial resources to observing round-ups, rescues and litigation for WHFF. They live in Texas with their 4 equines, Bart, Harley, Pele and Apache as well as two dogs and a cat.

Proceeds from his book, Straight from the Horse's Heart are donated to Habitat for Horses.

Thank you for all you do, my dear friends.


Below is a sampling of RT’s work. These were posted on my website and are older editorials. He publishes a new blog every day so I encourage you to visit his 
blog to read the most current news.

Comments to the BLM Advisory Board Meeting | March 11, 2011

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse

Give our Wild Horses their Land Back

Willie Nelson Tired of all the Horses Asses


Foal Killed, Stallion “Freedom” Injured in Dramatic Escape from BLM Cruelty


Rep. “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis: Slicing and Dicing a Wild Horse near You


“Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis is Wielding Wild Horse Butcher’s Cleaver, AGAIN 




    Congratulations to Terry Fitch on her two year back-to-back award winning photograhs


                 First Bite | 2010                                                                Dueling Band Stallions | 2011




BLM gives the US Public and Federal Judge the Finger

Wild Horses, Politicians and a whole lot of Nothing

I hate these wild horses


The Surprising History of America’s Wild Horses


Commentary: Love, Loss and Lessons of the Wild Horses


Montana’s Horse “Butcher” invents new definition for “Red” State


Montana’s Horse “Butcher” courts the Communists


The question is not:


Slaughtering horses, poisoning people; is the U.S. asleep at the wheel?