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Senate, House walking horse soring bills have a chance

Any bill that leaves the oversight in the hands of the soring industry is not one that will stop the torture of the Tennessee Walking Horse. The poor excuse that this will devastate the industry’s economy should not be an issue. Torture of any animal cannot be tolerated. ~ HfH From: The Tennessean By: Scott Full Article

Glenn Heights property manager disputes claims of horse abuse, neglect (video)

Habitat for Horses receives quite a few requests from people around the country that are trying to get help when they spot an abused horse, donkey or other equine. ...Full Article

NYC carriage horse ban reined in for now

We can only hope that the new focus on the horses in the midst of this debacle will benefit in some way – better care, more pasture time. ~ ...Full Article

Horse owners break out of the ghetto

The poor health of pastures our horses live in is not just an Australian problem. We have too many American horses which are malnourished and obese just as their ...Full Article

Happy Easter from Habitat for Horses

Here at the Habitat for Horses’s ranch it is a beautiful Easter Sunday. It is our hope that you will have time to spend with your friends and family ...Full Article

NYC Carriage Horses Opinion Piece: Wild Horses

With the BLM scandal still reverberating in the news, it is easy to forget that there has not been a resolution to the New York City Carriage Horse troubles. ...Full Article

Part II – Rescued Horses Perfect Match for Equine Therapy Programs

This is the second part of an article that is being published for the first time on Habitatforhorses.org. You can view Part I here. This is being presented in ...Full Article

Rescued Horses Perfect Match for Equine Therapy Programs

EDITOR’S NOTE – Maryann Peachey-Warren is Director of Education for the Horse Harbor Foundation, Inc., in Washington State, one of the country’s oldest nonprofit equine sanctuaries that exclusively uses ...Full Article

Dear Congress, Thanks For Stepping in to Protect Horses

Pressure must be maintained on our Congress to get the PAST Act enacted into law. For too long horses have had to endure painful “training” practices for our entertainment. ...Full Article

GOP-sponsored horse soring bill advances in Senate

Its good to see some members of the GOP actually backing the PAST Act. This is definitely an item that there is no reason for a party line division. ...Full Article