Let’s double up our efforts in Washington for our horses

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Join us in doubling up our support of two bills pending in the U.S. House of Representatives (1) against horse slaughter and (2) against horse soring. Double Up with Us. If you have been following us you know we have been very busy in State legislatures across the U.S. We are now working… Continue reading Let’s double up our efforts in Washington for our horses

Take a stand with us on horse legislation pending right now in Washington

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here is where The Horse Fund stands on horse legislation pending right now in the nation's capital. We invite you to please join us. THE 115th CONGRESS (2017-2018) • H.R. 113 — ENDORSE THE SAFE ACT — Outlawing the slaughter of U.S. horses at home and abroad. Committees: Referred to the Committee on Energy… Continue reading Take a stand with us on horse legislation pending right now in Washington

March against horse slaughter continues at the State level

MARCH AGAINST HORSE SLAUGHTER — March 28 was Governor's Day on Twitter. Keep tweeting. Not on Twitter? Or want to give your Governor's campaign on Twitter an extra kick? WRITE ON Contact your Governor's Office via its website contact form and let your Governor know you are strongly opposed to horse slaughter and do not want… Continue reading March against horse slaughter continues at the State level

Supporters of Kentucky SB 139 respond to their critics in Blood-Horse article

FRANKFORT, KY — Kentuckians please take action. In an article posted online by the Blood-Horse [1] it states: A Kentucky bill that would uniformly designate horses as livestock has been approved by both houses of the legislature and now awaits the signature of Gov. Matt Bevin. Once the legislation (SB 139) becomes law, it would provide… Continue reading Supporters of Kentucky SB 139 respond to their critics in Blood-Horse article