PeTA slams South Korean officials for erasure of racehorse slaughter records

Cross-posted from PeTA.org blog, 20th July 2021. From October 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021 — 947 horses were killed in South Korea. But the Korea Racing Authority (KRA) doesn’t want anyone to know the identities of these horses. The KRA is still scrambling to do damage control after PETA’s undercover “K-Cruelty” investigation exposed the cruel beatings and… Continue reading PeTA slams South Korean officials for erasure of racehorse slaughter records

Stop racehorses from being shipped to South Korea and slaughtered

Horses are shipped to Korea to be slaughtered.

by JUDY MOLLAND Over the past six years, one third of the racehorses sent from Australia to South Korea has died, according to an analysis by Guardian Australia. One of those was the brother of the beloved racehorse Winx - Bareul Jeong was shipped to South Korea, then killed and likely eaten! The Guardian adds:… Continue reading Stop racehorses from being shipped to South Korea and slaughtered

Winx’s brother among Australian racehorses killed for meat in S Korea

Wherever in the world you go, it seems that horse racing and horse slaughter go hand in hand. This in from Australia, where we know racehorses are slaughtered as a matter of routine. Now they've added a gruesome partner in the butchery of their horses. The Guardian reports: The brother of the Australian racing legend… Continue reading Winx’s brother among Australian racehorses killed for meat in S Korea