Category Archives: Horse Welfare

Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Update

TRF Plans to Relocate 600 Horses to Ranch Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation is in the planning stages to move up to 600 horses from facilities around the country to a 45,000-acre ranch in Colorado. Read more: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/67168/trf-plans-to-relocate-600-horses-to-ranch#ixzz1kcFjONFo Advertisements

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International Equine Business Association

I received a copy of the following press release in my inbox last week.  There is information in it that I thought UHP folks might find interesting.  I haven’t seen any press about it elsewhere.  As you may know, appropriations bills … Continue reading

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Indiana Unwanted Horse Intake Facility in the works

Indiana Horse Council Plans for an Unwanted Horse Intake Facility Read more about it by clicking the link. Dr. Tim Bartlett, director of equine programs for the Indiana Board of Animal Health, says several equine organizations in the state are … Continue reading

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The Horse | Video – Equine Welfare (AAEP 2010 Keynote Presentation)

The Horse | Video – Equine Welfare (AAEP 2010 Keynote Presentation).

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The Horse | Kentucky Horse Council Matches Funds for Geld Clinics

The Horse | Kentucky Horse Council Matches Funds for Geld Clinics.

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New Categories & new information about animal identification

New subcategories have been added to the blog: one under Horse Welfare about Animal Identification, and one under Overbreeding for Gelding Clinics. The gelding clinics really fall under both Horse Welfare and Overbreeding, so I’ll try to tag information about … Continue reading

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