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An undercover Observer investigation has revealed the shocking fate of thousands of British racehorses. Now campaigners want new laws to govern the sport. Antony Barnett, The Observer [caption id="attachment_14078" align="alignleft" width="275"] Running for their life[/caption] It is known as 'the sport of kings', full of glamour, effort and...

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Standing quietly in the barn, Jeb looked half asleep. With the sun hiding behind the thick clouds, today must have seemed ideal for taking naps. He deserved it, deserved the quiet time, for his thin and aging body has a lot of rebuilding to do. ...

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A New Mexico man sues the USDA, saying politics has blocked permits to slaughter horses for food. By John M. Glionna, Los Angeles TimesDecember 22, 2012, 5:48 p.m. [caption id="attachment_13130" align="alignleft" width="300"] © Flickr.com/P. Medina/cc-by-nc-sa[/caption] Rick de los Santos wants to reopen an animal slaughter business that's been banned...

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Obama’s second-term Cabinet shuffle David Murphy - MSNBC News 12:54 pm on 11/28/2012 “Hello, I must be going,” was one of Groucho Marx’s most notable lines—and perhaps a fitting coda to the Cabinet careers of several top Obama officials, expected to leave after his first term is complete. By...

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Equine Cruelty Investigations - The Horse By Pat Raia • Oct 01, 2012 • Article #30921 [caption id="attachment_12479" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Jerry Finch[/caption] Veterinarians and animal welfare organizations help law officers investigate equine cruelty cases and teach them how to recognize signs of neglect. In May 2012 an...

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Many years ago, perhaps in lands far, far away, the elders were those who captured the wisdom of the ages and willingly shared it with the youth. I can only imagine that our civilization has changed that scene because it’s becoming quite apparent that the...