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12 Year Old Instrumental in Introduction of Anti-Horse Slaughter Bill

Source: Children 4 Horses

U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta, R-NH, joined U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-IL, on April 22, 2015, to introduce the bipartisan SAFE Act – Safeguard American Food Exports Act – of 2015 to address the inhumane and dangerous process of transporting horses outside of the United States for human consumption. 322 more words

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ASPCA's Help a Horse Day 2015

April 26th will be the ASPCA’s third annual Help a Horse Day.

Here are three ways to get involved:

1. ASPCA is holding a nationwide grants contest… 134 more words

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What Happens To All the Pretty Horses (When They’re No Longer Wanted) – Part Two

I will never know for sure what happened to Siri, but as the years went by and I learned more about what happens to unwanted horses in this country, I began to put two and two together as I mulled over my experience with the man in the white cowboy hat. 2,264 more words

Equine Photography Workshop with Maneframe Imagery

Last weekend I got to attend an amazing equine photography workshop taught by Maneframe Imagery and hosted at Circle F Horse Rescue Society!  It was a stunningly beautiful day to learn some new equine photography skills and hang out with some amazing rescue horses and fellow horse and photography enthusiasts.   267 more words

Federal Legislation Introduced to Prohibit Slaughter of American Equines

Source: Multiple

“This bipartisan bill seeks to prevent and end the inhumane and dangerous process of transporting thousands of horses a year for food.”

On April 22nd, 2015, federal lawmakers introduced legislation to prevent the establishment of horse slaughter operations within the U.S., end the current export of American horses and donkeys for slaughter abroad, and protect the public from consuming toxic horse meat. 495 more words

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Robinson and Cento are Safe!

Thanks to our wonderful friends and patrons we were able to save two more very special lives. Meet Robinson and Cento. Both came to us from a riding school. 339 more words