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Isleham Horse and Pony Rescue Centre Isleham, Cambridgeshire, UK.
Willow Tree Stables is the home of Isleham Horse & Pony Rescue Centre, which was started with the
intention of providing a safe, lifelong home for unwanted horses, ponies and donkeys.
To enable us to dedicate our time to our animals the rescue centre is only occasionally open to the public, all visits must be pre-arranged.
Whether you can donate your time or money, we are always extremely grateful for any support so please
See the Isleham Horse and Pony Rescue Facebook page
Brownbread Horse Rescue Brown Bread St, Ashburnham, East Sussex, TN33 9NX, UK.
Brownbread Horse Rescue are a charitable organisation (Charity Number 1029341) safeguarding the welfare of all horses and ponies.
We not only provide sanctuary to animals who have been mistreated but we are also a valuable resource to horse lovers everywhere.
We have been operating for many years and celebrated our 40th anniversary in 2012.
HorseWorld Keynes Farm,
HorseWorld is a UK charity caring primarily for horses, ponies and donkeys.
We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals that have been abandoned, neglected or ill-treated.
HorseWorld is funded entirely through public donations. You can make a real difference to horses in need.
Horses requiring homes at Sun Kissed Acres Sanctuary Summerville, GA 30747
Body Condition Scoring of Horses
Article: On Barefooted Equines
Article: The Wild Horse Story No One Wants to Face
Article: Is your prescription harming animals? from Newsreview.com
Between 1980 and September 20, 2003, 3,892,225 American horses have been brutally slaughtered in foreign
owned slaughterhouses located in the United States. Between 1990 and 2000, another 500,000 American horses
have been exported to Canada for slaughter.
Colorado Horse Rescue Longmont, CO 80503.
Colorado Horse Rescue's Mission: To provide shelter, care, rehabilitation, and adoption services for abused, abandoned, neglected and unwanted horses.
Another Chance Equine Rescue North Ridgeville, OH 44039.
Dedicated to changing the lives of abused and slaughter bound horses while educating the public.
Another Chance Equine Rescue Inc is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Charity. Ohio Non-Profit Corporation Charter Registration Number 1822352
We are an URGENT CARE RESCUE. We only accept horses that will die without intervention. We take the horses other rescues will
not and believe in miracles, and in life. A sponsor is a very special person who tells us they will help pay for all or part of
the care for a rescued horse. You can help pay for feed, hay, stall rent, hoof care, dental care or worming's and shots.
We are non profit and supported only through donations and the hard work of volunteers.
Animal Defence League of Arizona
The Ohio Coalition for Animals License Plates
A Horse, of Course
The chances your horse is going to die from Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) are slim and none.
with Don Blazer
The chances your horse is going to die from a Coggins test are very good.
EIA is a viral disease characterized by a hemolytic anemia, depression,intermittent fever
and sometimes edema. Do horses die from it? Sometimes, but rarely. I asked dozens of
veterinarians if they had ever seen a horse die of EIA. None had. Iíve been a
trainer for more than 40 years, and Iíve never even seen a horse seriously ill from EIA.
Ask the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) how many horses die from EIA and the answer
is "we donít have any idea." Yet it is the Code of Federal Regulations, Diseases in Horses,
which provides individual states the opportunity to adopt a quarantine or euthanize
(slaughter) means to eradicate the disease.
And most states are doing just that - quarantining and killing useful, apparently
healthy horses which test positive for EIA. Has there been eradication of the disease
over the last 30 years? Of course not!
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By choosing to purchase the Equine (Ohioís Horses) license plate, customers will be helping with the growing challenge of
unwanted horses in Ohio. A portion of the fees collected (twenty dollars $20.00) will benefit horses in need around the
state; including horses coming off the race tracks and those that are abandoned, abused or neglected. Funds will also
be used for owner education and scholarships.
Promoting Natural Hoofcare
The Mane Street Online equine community
Poems by Barbara Anne Dunn DarkHorse Ranch, California, USA
Colorado Cocker Spaniel Rescue
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October 26th 2017