Tuesday's Horse is back again, on Fridays, with at least one recommended vegan recipe — by popular demand. Several of us have made this recipe — with varying levels of cooking skills — and everyone excelled. And everyone loved it too! The introduction by Veg News states: "Weekends are the perfect time to cook up… Continue reading Grilled cauliflower steaks
"It turns out that the 30-minute run a 2-year-old filly took Saturday on a Kentucky highway after shedding her jockey and bolting from a racetrack wasn’t the horse’s only terrifying experience of the weekend," reports the Washington Post on 22nd August. "Recovering from the trauma of a run that made national news and left her… Continue reading Racehorse that ran down a Kentucky highway is being treated for burns from a barn fire
CBS NEWS CH.2 NEW YORK Carriage horses are again the center of controversy in New York City. Animal activists say a horse has been forced to work despite being emaciated and having open wounds. Animal activists "say" . . . ? Look at the image. As CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports, it was a war of… Continue reading Carriage horse controversy swirls after fresh allegations of abuse
A video of a Kentucky racehorse’s wild escape onto the highway went viral on social media this weekend. The racehorse, Bold and Bossy, reportedly escaped a Kentucky race track and made it across state lines. We pray they did not "punish" her. At two years old horses are still juveniles. Horseracing is just vicious enough… Continue reading Video of Kentucky racehorse’s wild escape goes viral
Introduction Tuesday's Horse has had loads of requests to move the weekly vegan recipe from Friday to Saturday. Probably should have posted much earlier though. Let's try it anyway. Meatloaf is a hot ticket item recipe. Everyone seems to love it, and many folks serve it weekly, often on a certain day. There are two… Continue reading Two Vegan meatloaf recipes
Are we abolitionist or reformers? It is a question often asked. Here is where we stand, and have from the beginning. We are strongly on the side of abolishing every type of horse abuse, not just reducing it to a level tolerable to the human view and which is typically labeled as “reform.” If you… Continue reading What to do about horse abuse: Abolish or reform?
In January of this year, we moved the Fund for Horses website to WordPress where we have been hosting the f4H blog Tuesday's Horse for many years. It is so fabulous to have everything "under one roof". One of our most popular pages has always been the horse quotes page. Here are some of our… Continue reading Horse quotes and a special poem
By ElaVegan Ela writes: “Homemade caramelized onion tart made with red onions, leek, and other healthy ingredients, this onion pie is called Zwiebelkuchen in Germany and it’s a traditional fall recipe.” We don't care about that, do we? We want some now. The dish is vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, easy to make, flavorful, and delicious. Naturally.… Continue reading Vegan carmelized onion tart
MARCH AGAINST HORSE SLAUGHTER — Calling all Americans! We end March with one last plea to ask your U.S. Representative to cosponsor H.R. 961 to help us reach 290 cosponsors which will release the bill from its Committee assignments and get it onto the U.S. House floor for a vote. H.R.961 currently has 228 cosponsors.… Continue reading Support H.R.961 now
On 26th February following an otherwise uneventful pregnancy and a textbook delivery to full term, Destiny foaled a perfect pair of foals — again!! Read more about these rare foals » Be well, this Friday and every other day. Best wishes to you all. Thank you for being part of our wonderful group.