Blood on Their Hands

Originally posted on Horseracing Wrongs:
We activists talk often about horses falling through the ranks – their value dropping with their “production” as they make their way from elite tracks to seedy racinos. More often than not, this ends badly – for most, slaughter, for others, simply being run into the ground, with each successive…

No Chance

Originally posted on Horseracing Wrongs:
The entirety of Salto Del Sabio’s “career”: Made Jul 23, 2017. First race Nov 6, 2020, at Gulfstream W: second-to-last, 23 lengths back. Race 2, Dec 4 at Gulfstream: last, 31 lengths back (also “hit rail”). Race 3, Dec 31 at Gulfstream: second-to-last, 54 lengths back. Three days later, Jan…

They Can’t Hurt Him Anymore

Originally posted on Horseracing Wrongs:
Back in March, I wrote about Sequana, one of the worst track-cruelty cases yet. Shortly thereafter, owing to our pressure, Sequana was released from his servitude at the nefarious Camarero Race Track. And a few days ago, I received the following: “Thank you for the work you do. I recently…

More Animal Abuse From Ruidoso, Delaware

Originally posted on Horseracing Wrongs:
“The All American Quarter Horse Futurity Trials” were held at Ruidoso Downs yesterday. As the name implies, all the entrants were babies, 2-year-olds. As you can imagine, and as I’ve documented several times in the past, there were multiple “bumps” and “fractious” horses, even a “flipped [in] paddock.” But there…

Despite Scorching Heatwave, Israel Illegally Allowed Live Cattle Shipments

Originally posted on Exposing the Big Game:
https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-israel-violates-animal-rights-rule-with-illegal-cattle-live-export-during-heatwave-1.10103461 A Romanian law prohibiting live exports when temperatures surpass 45 degrees Celsius was breached during a recent import from Romania to Israel that contained thousands of cattleShare in FacebookShare in TwitterSend in e-mailSend in e-mailSaveSave article to reading listZen ReadPrint article Haaretz is celebrating 100,000 subscribers SUBSCRIBE…