No. But we know what will. We are not banking on what happened to a carriage horse recently in NYC bringing an end to the trade — and all the misery, abuse and mayhem that goes with it. It is just another "final straw" in a trail of so many final straws. Can no one… Continue reading Will downed NYC carriage horse video bring an end to the trade?
By Courtney Maum | The Guardian | 27 April 2022 ON A BALMY DAY in early October, I found an aged polo pony named Abuelita panting in a locked stall, her matted hair bearing the mark of the saddle that had recently been on her, a gash across her cheek. Her legs were trembling from… Continue reading I saved an abused, broken horse. Or did she save me?
Natalie Voss, writing for the Paulick Report, states: Rodolfo Sanchez, multiple graded stakes-winning Quarter Horse trainer, has been summarily suspended in Texas after a video surfaced on social media appearing to show Sanchez repeatedly whipping a downed horse. According to Don Ahrens, director of security and parking at Sam Houston Race Park, an investigation revealed… Continue reading Stakes-Winning Quarter Horse trainer arrested, suspended for abusing horse
Blaze Trends reports: Iceland is one of the last three countries in the world to allow horse blood farms. But a video from animal welfare associations showing violent abuse on farms has shocked the country. The practices “seem to go against the working conditions of the operation, which aims to ensure the well-being of the… Continue reading Horse blood farming in Iceland
Updated 19 Feb. 22; 6:12 am est. The news of racehorse Creative Plan's tortured life and death sickens us beyond words. We have been dealing with racehorse abuse and killing for more than 20 years. "The story of this horse stunned us to such a degree that we agreed unanimously to demand the abolishment of… Continue reading The tortured life and death of Creative Plan
Horse slaughter for human consumption is a grisly, predatory business — and big business. According to Beef Magazine production totals are about 1.6 billion pounds of horse meat annually. "This protein supply annually generates U.S. $1 billion in imports and exports combined," they write. Besides the obvious horrors of slaughter for the horses, there is… Continue reading SAFE Act needs your support
Embattled trainer Amber Cobb, already suspended by the Delaware Racing Commission for her mistreatment of a filly in her barn, has been banned from training and racing at the five racetracks owned by the Stronach Group and 1/ST Racing. The Stronach Group and 1/ST Racing issued a statement this week regarding Amber Cobb on Friday:… Continue reading Stronach Group bans embattled trainer Amber Cobb from its racetracks
When the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission reduced a two-year suspension to just 60 days for trainer Amber Cobb, who was found by Delaware Park's board of stewards to have “demonstrated cruelty to a horse in her care,” the Paulick Report was besieged with messages of outrage and disgust from a wide array of people in… Continue reading Tell Delaware to revoke training license of horse abuser Amber Cobb
CBS NEWS CH.2 NEW YORK Carriage horses are again the center of controversy in New York City. Animal activists say a horse has been forced to work despite being emaciated and having open wounds. Animal activists "say" . . . ? Look at the image. As CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports, it was a war of… Continue reading Carriage horse controversy swirls after fresh allegations of abuse
Kaley Cuoco, pictured above, is not through with this incident. She has offered to buy Saint Boy, the horse reportedly hit by both coach and rider. Page Six reports: Kaley Cuoco is disgusted by the allegations that a German coach punched a horse, Saint Boy, during the 2020 Olympics. Cuoco, who has been an equestrian since childhood, slammed… Continue reading Kaley Cuoco offers to buy Olympic horse hit by German coach