WASHINGTON, D.C. — Join us in doubling up our support of two bills pending in the U.S. House of Representatives (1) against horse slaughter and (2) against horse soring. Double Up with Us. If you have been following us you know we have been very busy in State legislatures across the U.S. We are now working… Continue reading Let’s double up our efforts in Washington for our horses
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here is where The Horse Fund stands on horse legislation pending right now in the nation's capital. We invite you to please join us. THE 115th CONGRESS (2017-2018) • H.R. 113 — ENDORSE THE SAFE ACT — Outlawing the slaughter of U.S. horses at home and abroad. Committees: Referred to the Committee on Energy… Continue reading Take a stand with us on horse legislation pending right now in Washington
WASHINGTON, DC — Help us get 2/3rds of the U.S. House of Representatives to co-sponsor H.R. 1847, the PAST Act (Prevent All Soring Tactics). We only need 80 more co-sponsors to do it. The PAST Act is written to help close the loopholes in the Horse Protection Act outlawing horse soring. Horse Soring Horse soring is… Continue reading Help us get 2/3rds of the House to co-sponsor the PAST Act
LOUISVILLE, KY — Why do Kentucky lawmakers appear to despise horses? It's not simply having little to no regard for horses. These people seem to out and out despise them and want nothing to do with helping them in any way. How can this be? Kentucky Lawmakers in Washington D.C. The first politician's name that springs to mind… Continue reading Why do Kentucky lawmakers appear to despise horses?
WASHINGTON, DC — On January 13, 2017 the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced "a final rule that includes changes that will help to protect horses from the cruel and inhumane practice known as soring and eliminate the unfair competitive advantage that sore horses have over horses that… Continue reading Support HR 1847 a bill closing loopholes in US anti horse soring law
WASHINGDON, DC (Mar. 26, 2017) — Early on Sunday evening, Clant Seay, founder of Citizens Campaign Against Big Lick Animal Cruelty (CCABLAC), released a short video in which he affirmed an event scheduled for Wednesday in Washington, DC and an appearance with a congressman. The group had previously scheduled the presentation of its petition containing… Continue reading Horse protection advocates meet with Congressman Wednesday on soring rule