Restraining Order Halts Chicago Carriage Horse Adoptions

May 04, 2009

Proceedings have ground to a halt pending the next court date for Chicago carriage horse company J.C. Cutters Ltd., including any further adoption or transfer of ownership of the five remaining horses.

Defense attorney John Robeznieks has... Read More


BLM to Offer Cash Incentives for Wild Horse Adoptions

April 30, 2009

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is hoping cash incentives will boost adoptions of wild horses and burros that would otherwise spend their lives in long-term holding facilities.

Under a pilot program slated to debut at an... Read More


Thoroughbred Rescue Receives Not-For-Profit Status

April 19, 2009

One of the groups that has successfully used the Thoroughbred Adoption Services on is Kim Clark's Now she has established a 501(c)(3) to help Thoroughbreds transitioning to a new life off the track.

"I... Read More


Jockey Club Offers Free Thoroughbred Identification Service

April 15, 2009

The Jockey Club has established a free service to help owners identify tattooed but unidentified Thoroughbreds in their possession.

For legible tattoos, an owner can use a free tattoo lookup feature available from Read More


National Wild Horse Adoption Day Sets Goal of 1,000 Homes

April 06, 2009

Wild horse and humane animal advocacy groups from across the nation are joining forces to encourage the American public to consider and act on the adoption of a wild horse or burro. A goal of 1,000 adoptions has been set for the first National... Read More


New Book Shines Spotlight on Successful Ex-Racehorses

March 20, 2009

One of the most hotly debated issues in the horse racing industry is the uncertain fate that awaits many racehorses when their careers are over and they are no longer useful to their owners and trainers. Many find themselves in sale lots... Read More


100th Thoroughbred Adopted Through's Service

March 15, 2009

In a little more than four months 100 Thoroughbreds have found new homes through's Thoroughbred Adoption Service. Actually that number is higher as many folks who placed... Read More

Article Thoroughbred Adoption List Nears 100 Mark

March 05, 2009

We're only seven horses away from hitting the milestone of 100 horses finding new homes through's Thoroughbred Adoption Service.

Launched in November 2008, 93... Read More


Adoption Programs to Brand Horses

February 26, 2009

ReRun, the Thoroughbred adoption program headquartered in New Jersey, will be freeze branding its horses to protect them from getting into the wrong hands. Joining ReRun in this initiative is Kentucky Equine Humane Center (KyEHC) and Mylestone... Read More


Mustang Training Competitions, Adoptions Coming in April

February 10, 2009

The Extreme Mustang Makeover, a competition featuring mustangs, will debut at Lynn Palm's Women LUV Horses event April 3-5 and will return to the Midwest Horse Fair for the second consecutive year April 17-19.

The Midwest Extreme Mustang... Read More


ReRun Establishes New Program

January 31, 2009

ReRun, the nonprofit Thoroughbred adoption group, and Bella Rosa Riding Academy (BRRA) in Howell, N.J., have established a new program, "Catch Riders," to educate and improve the horsemanship skills of young riders using Thoroughbred... Read More


Weather, Economy Hit Utah Mustang Sale

January 26, 2009

A Bureau of Land Management (BLM) official credited wintry weather and the high costs of horsekeeping for lackluster results at a Jan. 24 Wild Horse and Burro sale in Delta, Utah. Of the 320 Spanish Mustangs offered from Utah's Sulphur Herd... Read More


Starving Horse Series: Freeway Shows Signs of Improvement

January 23, 2009

Freeway, the starving horse that Sue Thompson of Clayton, Calif., rescued in late 2007 and has rehabilitated over the past year, could be a step closer to recovery. The Quarter... Read More


Lady Finds a Home: 50th Thoroughbred Adopted Through Service

January 15, 2009 recently got word that a Thoroughbred formerly en route to slaughter had found a home via's Thoroughbred Adoption Services, sponsored by Gainesway Farm. She was the 50th Thoroughbred to be placed through the service. Read More


HSUS, Parelli Trainers to Work Together

January 13, 2009

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is joining forces with natural horsemanship trainers Pat and Linda Parelli to spotlight the trainability and intelligence of rescued horses. At each of seven U.S. venues for Parelli's 2009... Read More


Former Research Horses Available for Adoption

January 12, 2009

Former research horses are searching for new homes after contributing years in service toward progress in equine medicine. The 13 horses were part of a research group at Virginia Tech's MARE Center in Middleburg, Va. They were used for studies o... Read More


Unwanted Horse Survey to Conclude at End of Month

January 12, 2009

The opportunity to respond to a public survey launched by the Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) is coming to a close. Launched in November, the survey will provide data on the scope of the unwanted horse issue. It is available at Read More


45 Horses Find New Homes Via Service

January 09, 2009

Launched in November 2008,'s Thoroughbred Adoption Service has now coordinated new homes for 45 horses. See a list of horses placed.  

"I’m extremely... Read More


Unwanted Horse Group Urges Adoption

January 07, 2009

The economy has left many horse owners in serious financial hardship, forcing them to make the decision to part with their horses. The bottom line is too many of these horses need a place to go.

The Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) is urging... Read More


Saving a Starving Horse: Part 2

January 01, 2009

The second part in aseries on saving Freeway, a horse rescued from starvation and neglect by a passer-by.... Read More


Saving a Starving Horse: Part 1

December 31, 2008

She could've just kept driving. But instead of dismissing the idea of intervention as someone else's sad... Read More


MSPCA Seeks Donor Aid for Horse Care

December 10, 2008

Horse surrenders continue to climb as economy declines

The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) recently requested community-based financial assistance to help cover the cost of medical... Read More


Free Horses?

December 01, 2008

The offer of a free horse today often makes longtime horse owners laugh, cringe, sigh, or all of the above. In the past couple of years as slaughter has left the United States, there have been more horses needing homes that are offered for free tha... Read More


Help Equine Rescues Win Cash and Feed More Horses

November 29, 2008

Do you want to help a horse rescue win prize money in your state? Or even feed more hungry horses? You can by helping shelters receive grants through Read More


More Owners Surrendering Horses to MSPCA

November 21, 2008

The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) is requesting community-based financial assistance to help cover the cost of medical assistance and daily care for the extraordinary number of horses being surrendered to... Read More