Former racehorses rescued from slaughter

Update 5/17/2017 8:17 a.m EST. Since Shedrow Confessions seems to have a handle on the backstory to this report, we will refer you to them and close our investigation. Go to shedrowconfessions.com for their story. Warning: Foul Language. SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Source) — A San Diego County horse rescue is saving 20 thoroughbred racehorses from being slaughtered for… Continue reading Former racehorses rescued from slaughter

Why do Kentucky lawmakers appear to despise horses?

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?

Take action against horse slaughter in the Nation’s Capital with HR 113

WASHINGTON, DC — The first federal bill introduced against horse slaughter in the United States was HR 2622 by US Rep. Thomas M. Reynolds (NY-27) on July 25, 2001, "To prohibit the interstate transport of horses for the purpose of slaughter or horse flesh intended for human consumption, and for other purposes."  HR 2622 was referred to the… Continue reading Take action against horse slaughter in the Nation’s Capital with HR 113

Wild horses still protected under prevailing laws in New Mexico

WILD HORSES (Ruidoso News, Mar. 28, 2017)   —  With the dust finally settling on the New Mexico Legislature’s 2017 session, most of the bills and memorials dealing with wild horses died in committee. The dead include House Bill 446 called Wild Horse in Statute and the accompanying House Memorial 102, Protection of Wild Horses.… Continue reading Wild horses still protected under prevailing laws in New Mexico