The U.S. House Agriculture Funding Package provides tremendous victories for animals and animal wellness’ led enforcement campaign.
Animal Wellness applauds Rep. Cohen's tireless work for horses with the passage of the Horse Transportation Safety Act.
Passage of this stimulus package was to provide access to both the Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loans to equine facilities.
Horseracing operates under an outdated, state-based, balkanized patchwork of medication rules that creates confusion and risk for owners, trainers, jockeys, and horses.
The second horse racing safety bill of the year was introduced in the California Assembly on Tuesday February 11, 2020.
BLM seeks to wipe out one-third of mustang population and 40% of habitat in the state of Wyoming.
The Horseracing Integrity Act would take a tangible stride toward protecting American racehorses with a national, uniform standard for drugs and medication in horse racing.
Horses being sold are held at the Double Devil Corrals in the Modoc National Forest and include yearlings and weanlings separated from their mothers at less than six months old.
The expanded prohibition is a response to the Forest Service's plan to sell California wild horses captured in the Modoc National Forest without limitation on slaughter.
That proposed plan, never presented in authorizing committees, would triple the number of horses and burros in holding, and could cost taxpayers billions.