• Phil Bayly

Pray for Pow Mein!

While we can't help ourselves to pow mein, just yet, we can help others.

Wyatt (the handsome one in this picture) wanted me to help him pray for more apples in his basket. I obliged.

Wyatt arrived only two days ago at the Equine Advocates farm in Chatham, NY.

Last night, I was the co-emcee with actress Bebe Neuwirth for Equine Advocates' virtual gala and fundraiser. EA is hoping to raise enough money to feed their 80+ rescue horses for the winter, like Wyatt.

Wyatt was abandoned and possibly headed for slaughter.

Now, Wyatt and the other horses at EA will live out their lives on this beautiful farm with their friends.

You can still donate to Equine Advocates by going to their website,

The honoree of last night's gala was singer Willie Nelson, who owns over 70 rescued horses.

Watch this great video with Willie Nelson, singing "Ride Me Back Home."

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Phil Bayly has been a journalist for over four decades.
He anchored the #1 rated morning news at WNYT-TV in the state capitol of New York, Albany, for fifteen years.
At KJCT-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado, he started as a reporter. Rising to News Director, they won the news ratings for the TV station's first time. He was also a reporter at WTAJ-TV in Pennsylvania.
He's been a skier his entire life, much of that time enjoyed as a ski racer. Sometimes he was fast. Many times, he wasn't fast enough.
Phil was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois.  He was educated at Denver University and Colorado State University.
He now lives in Saratoga County, New York with his wife.