Rockin’ BBQ cauliflower wings plus three lush milkshake recipes

By MAKE IT DAIRY FREE Hello and happy Friday. What a week, huh? Relax and have a splurge with us. This week we feature three rockin' vegan milkshakes and our newest fave — extra crispy vegan BBQ cauliflower wings, crunchy and tasty. . . . mmmmm hmmmmm. They are by Make It Dairy Free. Here's… Continue reading Rockin’ BBQ cauliflower wings plus three lush milkshake recipes

Popsicles and horses

Welcome back. At readers' requests we are answering a few questions, one of which is can horses eat popsicles. Yes they can. First we will discover who invented the popsicle, provide you with another recipe (naturally) for humans which is chockful of spinach (no, you cannot taste it — you will see why in a… Continue reading Popsicles and horses

Vegan Mango Lassi Popsicles

These vegan mango lassi popsicles make the perfect healthy and refreshing treat for summer! They take less than 10 minutes to prepare and only use 5 ingredients! Serve them at a party and everyone will be asking for the recipe. Recipe by Choosing Chia Ingredients 2 mangos1/2 cup orange juicejuice of 1 lime1 cup plain coconut yogurt (can substitute coconut cream… Continue reading Vegan Mango Lassi Popsicles

Five things you can do to help wild horses by Carol Walker

Wild Stallion. RandyHarrisPhoto.com.

Carol Walker of Living Images asks wild horse lovers and defenders to take action. It is critical that all of us take part. Here is what she has to say. They have never needed you more. Right now Congress is working on the Appropriations Bill for 2022 that will set the budget and agenda for… Continue reading Five things you can do to help wild horses by Carol Walker

Wild horse wipeout

There can be absolutely no doubt that the enemies of America's wild horses, aided and abetted by the federal government, have a clear and alarmingly effective agenda which they have been conducting over many years. Their goal? The great wipe out of America's wild horses. Tragically, it appears to be well within their grasp. Who… Continue reading Wild horse wipeout

Nobody’s buying Baffert’s bluster

Here at Tuesday's Horse we agreed that we would move on from the Baffert story for awhile. Well, that was until we saw the June 3rd Deadspin article entitled, "Bob Baffert’s attorney gets eviscerated on CNN." It was too good to pass up, and nobody does it like Deadspin. After Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit… Continue reading Nobody’s buying Baffert’s bluster

John Clay: How does the 2021 Kentucky Derby drug scandal compare to Dancer’s Image in 1968?

John Clay of the Lexington-Herald Leader writes: So how does the 2021 Kentucky Derby drug scandal compare to the 1968 Kentucky Derby drug scandal? “The biggest difference is social media,” said Milton Toby, a Georgetown attorney who wrote the book “Dancer’s Image: The Forgotten Story of the 1968 Kentucky Derby.” “There wasn’t the 24-hour news… Continue reading John Clay: How does the 2021 Kentucky Derby drug scandal compare to Dancer’s Image in 1968?

Take action with IDA against the Government’s Adopt N’ Kill Wild Horse Program

In Defense of Animals write: In 2019, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) instituted the Adoption Incentive Program (AIP), which pays individuals $1000 per animal to “adopt” wild horses who the Bureau had previously cruelly captured from our public lands using our tax dollars. Unfortunately, it has now been proven that some people take… Continue reading Take action with IDA against the Government’s Adopt N’ Kill Wild Horse Program

Homemade horse treats with cinnamon and oats

Hello and happy Friday. Friday is typically our day for posting recipes. Well, in honour of that tradition we are posting a recipe today — but not for us humans. For horses. Don't go away. You might be thinking, well I don't have any horses. How about calling up a local horse rescue or sanctuary,… Continue reading Homemade horse treats with cinnamon and oats

Canadians: Act now to stop live shipment of horses to Japan for their meat

According to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents obtained by the CHDC and provided to VICE, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) banned shipping draft horses—a breed that can weigh more than a thousand pounds. Canadian Horse Defence Coalition image.

Canada exports thousands of horses each year to Japan, a market where some consumers enjoy the meat as a raw delicacy. According to the Canadian Horse Defense Coalition, in 2020 1,606 horses were live-shipped to Japan for slaughter, down from 2,800 in 2019. This translates to about $11 million in revenue in 2020 and $17… Continue reading Canadians: Act now to stop live shipment of horses to Japan for their meat