Review team will decide if horses fit to race at Santa Anita

Cross-posted from the Washington Post » ARCADIA, Calif. — Santa Anita has put together a five-member team to review horses’ medical, training and racing history for the final six racing days at the Southern California track where 29 horses have died since December. The Arcadia track’s season ends June 23, with racing Friday, Saturday and… Continue reading Review team will decide if horses fit to race at Santa Anita

Horse Fund’s Top Horse Cruelty Issues of 2016

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The long awaited Top Horse Cruelty Issues of 2016 and corresponding Year in Review are finally on their way. 2017 started off in a tumultuous fashion and it does not look like it is going to slow down any time soon insofar as horse cruelty issues go, or cruelty to animals in general. It is tragic and we simply do not understand it. We have… Continue reading Horse Fund’s Top Horse Cruelty Issues of 2016

Year in Review on its way

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HOUSTON, TEXAS — All of our staff and volunteers are finally back. Thank goodness. Whew. We are still putting together year end reports from 2016 and it's all folks on board. Wow, were we busy. So much went on. Lots to collate, evaluate and sort through. We want to give you what you need without… Continue reading Year in Review on its way