Ways to Help
We have saved over 130 horses to date and keep in contact with all adopters to ensure a “happily ever after” We partner with the CT Department of Agriculture and take in horses from abuse and neglect cases. We work with CT residents who have to surrender their equines due to financial restraints, untimely deaths and illnesses, and we work with the Bureau of Land Management and United States Forrest Services with intaking wild horses rounded up from America’s Public Lands. We currently have a great working relationship with the USFS helping the less than adoptable wild horses that may have injuries, lameness, or blindness giving them an option rather than euthanasia.
I was lucky enough to meet with Susan Hamilton, a student from Emerson College. I helped her with her documentary on horse slaughter. The documentary is now live at the campus moviefest site, and was actually a finalistwww.campusmoviefest.com/movies/8541-saved-from-the-slaughterhouse
CT New Haven Register 12/12/10www.newhavenregister.com/articles/2010/12/12/news/shoreline/doc4d045c4b82f2b750875460.txt
Here is a clip of a segment Scott Haney from Better Connecticut did on the rescue! It was a pleasure to meet him and this has provided the rescue with a lot of good exposure. Thanks Scott!! www.wfsb.com/story/17111225/haneys-helpful-hints-saving-ct-horses