posted on Apr, 26 2012 @ 10:38 PM
After being put down, he was carted off behind a barn, where he was dumped on top of the dirt next to an old toilet and some surgical
I read this story and perhaps because I am not a horse racing fan (other than the big 3 races which I used to watch) I was rather suprised. This is
barbarism to the exteme. I should also point out I don't think the writer of the article really did justice to the subject but it did make me
Because of lax regulation, financial pressure and rampant drug use on unfit animals, dead horses have been piling up, including at least 350 in
New Mexico alone since 2009
I really don't know what to say. This is a very sad story and reflects the uncaring and greedy world that we allow to exist. The animals who make
these people money are nothing more than a piece of meat - once it has outlived making you money, you throw it on the garbage heap next to an old
toilet and then go watch a movie.
I guess I'm not really suprised, and I can guarentee there will be the "animals are supposed to be used by US" theories - even those who will claim
I am some animal rights nazi - I believe simply these beautiful animals are just that. The indignities bestowed upon them from birth should make us
all feel a little ashamed. I will no longer watch any or support the Kentucky Derby or any other race - they are run by pure scum bags who simply do
not care. I knew about the treatment of Greyhounds - that is whole thread in and of itself - but I was unaware of this story and its common place.