TOO HOT TO TROT
Temperatures in many parts of the US are already unseasonably high, and a long hot summer predicted for much of the nation and our neighbors to the north.
We are highly concerned about carriage horses who may be forced to work in weather too hot for them, perhaps without enough water, too few breaks and living in uncooled stalls at the end of a hard day. We are also concerned about the impact on their hooves from standing for hours on hot cement and asphalt.
BE OUR EYES AND EARS
In order for us to have the most comprehensive list of where carriage horses are working and living, we are asking you to be our eyes and ears on their behalf.
Use the report form below and tell us if carriage horses are working in your area, or a town or city you are visiting. We will then be in a position to take action on their behalf now, before anything tragic happens that could have been prevented through early action.
If you know of carriage horses in need of assistance outside the US and Canada, we will do our very best for them as well.
NOTE: Information gathered is exclusively for the purposes stated above, kept in the strictest confidence, and will not be shared, sold or distributed. You will not be added to any of our mailing lists.