CPR kicked off it’s Spring Racing Campaign by targeting the Cox Plate to let racegoers know that there is currently no retirement plan for racehorses, and the majority of them end up discarded as WASTAGE.
While Moonee Valley was expecting us at the track where we had our usual demonstration with signs and the megaphone, they certainly weren’t expecting us to unveil a banner inside the track after the 2
The morning of Saturday September 28 started like every other for most people, however here at the Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses office, we knew that this morning was going to change the lives of horses forever.
Four months earlier in June, CPR received an email from a journalist in NSW named Susan who had heard about the gruesome fate of ex-racehorses, wastage and what usually happens to horses when
On Friday night Elio, Georgie and Ward from the Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses team met up with cricketing legend Peter Siddle at Edgar’s Mission‘s Evening of Kindness.
Peter, a self-professed animal lover and a vegan, explained to us how horrified he was when he found out what happens to racehorses when they are no longer profitable. And on top of this, was aware of the inherent cruelty in