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Healing the Horse Industry

By Jodine Carruthers

When we see an animal suffering, whether their pain is mental, emotional or physical, it is easy to jump to judgment. We judge the training methods, the handler or the owner. The truth is judging another may make you feel better, but it’s not productive. I say ‘may’ because there is a chance your ego […]

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Do You Know Your Horse’s Pain Points?

By Lorrie Bracaloni

Occasionally you’ll come across a horse in pain that just seems unexplainable. Caring owners have come to me feeling frustrated that their horse is still “off,” after trying every traditional and holistic health option they could think of. There is always a reason that a horse is sore. Mainly it has to do with how […]

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Report On Equine Abuse And Neglect

By Mark

I was recently speaking with Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA) president John Holland. He was telling me about a new report they had coming out which looked at rates of equine abuse and neglect across the US since 2000. The research examined equine abuse statistics from Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Maine and Oregon. Historical records of […]

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BLM Roundups To Be Stopped?

By Mark

The wild horse and burro advocacy group, Wild Horse Education (WHE) filed yesterday in Reno federal court to stop the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from hiding their actions from the public during a removal operation in Western Nevada that is just about to begin. Wild Horse Education (WHE) founder and President Laura Leigh has […]

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