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Advocates push equine welfare in D.C.

The thought that horse slaughter could at all be introduced into the upcoming agricultural budget is appalling. We can thank Oklahoma GOPer Rep. Markwayne Mullin for introduce amendments to bring horse slaughter back. Also this is the big push to get the PAST Act passed. The full article goes into more details about both. We Full Article

Report finds hope for US equine industry after prolonged decline

From: Digital Journal CHICAGO, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA) with the assistance of the Animal Law Coalition has released the first Annual Equine Welfare ...Full Article

300 U.S. Representatives cosponsor Horse Soring Legislation

From: Humane Society Press Release WASHINGTON (July 10, 2014) —A federal bill to protect Tennessee walking horses from the cruel practice known as “soring” reached a congressional milestone by ...Full Article

It’s Time For The PAST Act

The Big Money pro-Big Lick crowd keeps coming out with confusing legislation and misinformation to the media. The public needs to keep stepping up and publishing the truth. Its ...Full Article

Roy Exum: Horse Vote ‘Inevitable’

From: The Chattanoogan By: Roy Exum Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-Ky), the primary sponsor of a broad bill that will greatly hamper those who abuse and torture Tennessee Walking Horses, ...Full Article

2014 American Horse Council Convention Wrap-Up

The horse industry has been struggling. The public’s support for the horse shows has taken a hit as pro-soring lobbyists work to keep torturing horses. The PAST Act needs ...Full Article

A Horse’s Independence Day Speech

July 4, 2014/span>  Pete’s Equine Independence Day Speech By: Jerry Finch, President of Habitat for Horses Originally posted July 2010 If my horse, Pete, were to give an Independence Day ...Full Article

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We now have a newsletter to keep you up to date on what we do at Habitat for Horses, events, featured adoptable horses and burros and more. Our current ...Full Article

Rare breed of donkey born in Massachusetts

Dpnkeys and Burros are living symbols of our rich American history. Only 100 of this breed are alive today. Is this the legacy was leaving for the generations to ...Full Article

Navajo Veteran Wants to Heal Others With Wild Horses

This article is still worth while even with the misinformation about how wild horses effect the environment. Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy will be offered here at Habitat for Horses. Habitat for ...Full Article