By Marianne Smith as published in The Salt Lake Tribune I am writing in response to the Jan. 26 commentary you published “Wild mustangs need to be managed, not saved” by Saige Bowen. I do not agree with Bowen that “well-meaning sympathizers” are mistakenly advocating for the viability […]
The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act would permanently ban horse slaughter in the U.S. and end the export of horses for slaughter abroad The U.S. House Subcommittee on Health of the Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing today on “Improving Safety and Transparency in America’s […]
by Ray Paulick as published on The Paulick Report The future of horse racing will be in jeopardy if Congress doesn’t pass the Horseracing Integrity Act. The future of horse racing will be in jeopardy if Congress does pass the Horseracing Integrity Act. Those were the mixed messages […]
Source: WVLT.TV An East Tennessee community came together to perform one act–saving a horse bound for slaughter. Susie Bailey Lones, a horse lover, told WVLT News Anchor Amanda Hara that she had “never been so stressed dealing with a horse emergency” when it came to trying to save […]
Source: The Dodo’s Comeback Kids Jenny and her mom Josie suffered through years of neglect, and their hooves grew so long that they could barely stand. Help has finally arrived — watch them fall in love with their new lives.
Posted by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA as published on The Horse Derived from donkey skin, ejiao is used in traditional Chinese medicine. Demand for donkeys to meet its growing popularity has put the equids at risk They come from Africa. Asia. South America. Australia. Europe. And yes, even North […]
By LANCE BENZEL as published on The Gazette A Peyton man who let a dozen horses starve — two of them until they died in knee-deep manure — avoided jail Tuesday. Prosecutors instead brokered a plea deal allowing Brian Holloway, 53, to serve two years on supervised probation. […]