Today is International Women’s Day, so we’d like to dedicate this post to all the female racehorses out there.
This day was created to celebrate respect, appreciation and love towards women – however, unfortunately this is often not the case for mares in the racing industry.
When female racehorses are no longer profitable on the track, they are usually sent into the breeding industry to become bro
This ex-racehorse was spotted by our volunteers being sold for $290 to a kill buyer at the Laidley sales in Queensland. She was separated from her new born foal and taken away.
Assuming she would be now dead, we shared her sad story on our Facebook page. We were then notified that the knackery who had purchased her was giving her one last chance, and she could still be spared from slaughter if a compassionate indi
Here are just some of the sweet ex-racehorses who were bought by kill buyers at a Victorian sale yard today. In a few days time they will be killed for dog food or human consumption and exported to countries such as Belgium and France.
These routine killings of ex-racehorses are happening every day of the year here in Australia – yet the racing industry still won’t take action and implement a retiremen