Three things we are doing for Premarin horses

Rescued Premarin foals. Photo: Vivian Grant Farrell.
Rescued Premarin foals. Photo: Vivian Grant Farrell.

Here are three things we are doing for PMU — or Premarin — horses right now:

1. Lobbying the FDA with the help of a specialist firm to return the word “equine” on all Premarin type drugs so it reads “conjugated equine estrogens” the way it did, and should*.

2. Working in China with a massive social media campaign warning women against the dangers of the Premarin family of drugs. This is where most of the horses are and where the largest volume of Premarin type drugs are being used. 

3. Leafleting across the U.S. at women’s hospitals and clinics warning women about the dangers of the Premarin family of drugs and educating them on alternatives (expanding into Canada with your help).

This work is informative and necessary, and potentially life saving for women and the mares and foals used to make the drug then cast off.


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We are the only voices PMU horses have. When we remove the demand for these drugs we remove the demand for pregnant mare’s urine thereby freeing the horses.

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Helpful Links

Alternatives to Premarin®.

Premstoppers campaign page at The Horse Fund website.

Donate to Premstoppers.

Thank you for your caring support of women and horses.


* A conjugated estrogen can be made from plants.