Anyone who has ever been loved by a horse will tell you there is no other love like it. Some even claim that the love of a horse is superior in many instances to any level of human love they have ever felt. Yet the question can horses love remains. How do people expert and… Continue reading Can horses love?
Today July 15th is National I Love Horses Day. Join us throughout social media celebrating our love for horses using #NationalILoveHorsesDay. We would love to hear from you here why you love horses. What makes them so special? We know there's loads of reasons. Before you go, check out our Look of Love video from… Continue reading National I Love Horses Day 2020
If this doesn't bring a tear to your eye (in the very best way), nothing will. You may want to turn the sound down before you click play. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XypgQoOBuBk The above is an excerpt only. If you wish to see more, visit this YouTube search link. We did. We cannot seem to stop watching. Related… Continue reading Peyo, the healing horse (video)
Love is in the air, in all kind of ways. A terrific supporter of the Fund for Horses invites you to make a $7 donation to us today, St. Valentine’s Day, and he will double it to $14 all day long, in honour of the horses he so greatly loves. Now that’s a sweetheart of a… Continue reading Happy St Valentine’s Day
Here's How She Did It by IHeartHorses.com We live in a world where animals do not have a voice. It is our job to help them. Often times, we are their saviors from certain death. For one woman living in California, she wanted to do something for unwanted horses that were being sold for slaughter. It’s… Continue reading The woman who has saved 500 horses from slaughter
If you are a regular follower of Tuesday's Horse, you know that we often focus attention on a particular horse cruelty issue for the month of March. Examples are March Against Horse Slaughter, March for Premarin© Horses, and Meat Out for Mustangs. Our group agreed that we wanted to do one this year, and selected… Continue reading February and March themes