Texas company clones famous rodeo horse

Prometea grazing with her "dame", the first cloned horses.

By Matthew Kinchla, ABC News Channel 7 ( June 10th 2020) — AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — There is no question, the bond between human and animal is special. However, humans typically outlive their favorite pet, their best animal worker, or even their best racer. One Texas organization is making it possible through cloning, to keep that relationship… Continue reading Texas company clones famous rodeo horse

FEI decides that cloned horses may compete in the 2012 London Olympics

Foal cloned from grand prix champion gelding ET. Laurent Cipriani/AFP/Getty Images.

When it comes to equine exploitation, a surefire red flag for us is when competition organizers decide to put equine welfare on their agendas. Equine welfare is mentioned in the latest hot topic -- the FEI's decision to accept cloned horses in the 2012 London Olympics. Here's what a report by NaturalNews.com states about that:… Continue reading FEI decides that cloned horses may compete in the 2012 London Olympics

Natural or cloned, should we be eating horses?

Sue Wallis, aka "Slaughterhouse Sue," may lose her seat as a Wyoming State Representative, but doubt she will shed too many tears over it. Wallis has carved out another career for herself -- while she was supposed to be out representing her constituency -- as a seller of horse meat. "Slaughterhouse Sue is the Executive… Continue reading Natural or cloned, should we be eating horses?

Cloning of horses prompts debate over registering genetic duplicates

Cross-posted from the Washington Post Written by STEPHEN HUDAK The chestnut stallion was the love of Zarela Olsen's life. A majestic Paso Fino with personality and a bright copper coat, Capuchino often greeted his fawning owner with kisses, nuzzling her neck and licking the back of her ears. "When he died, he took my heart… Continue reading Cloning of horses prompts debate over registering genetic duplicates