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Equine Welfare

Pennsylvania horse rescue hopes to purchase farm
The future of a Pennsylvania horse rescue operation is in doubt because the land it operates on is for sale. From Thoroughbred Times. Read more >>

In Other News

Art show raises funds for disabled children in equine therapy program
The Men’s Club at Stonebridge, an active adult community in the township, held an art expo May 15 to benefit the Special Strides Therapeutic Riding Center and the Steven Werthan Memorial Fund. From GM News. Read more >>

Workshop aims to help horse farms
Marion County horsemen could soon get some help in how to best run their farms, protect the environment, and comply with likely new standards for rivers, streams and springs. From Read more >>

Leave No Trace Ethics Explained
While riding in the Smoky Mountains Memorial weekend, we came across a nice tie area that the National Park had put in just for horses. From The Kentucky Horse Council. Read more >>

Runaway horse finds new home
The video from last Thursday was disturbing. A young horse, traumatized and running in and out of traffic along I-44 and NW 36th street after falling out of a trailer. From KFOR. Read more >>

A Solution for America’s Wild Horse Crisis?
The future of America’s wild horses, or mustangs, is at a critical crossroads. From Vanity Fair. Read more >>

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