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Union County Sheriff’s Office, ASPCA Announce Charges In Florida Animal Cruelty Case

With support from the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), the Union County Sheriff’s Office and local prosecutor today announce animal cruelty charges against Lake Butler residents Cheryl and Richard Ervin for 37 misdemeanor counts and four felony counts of animal cruelty. Pablo Rivas, the owner of a horse being kept on the […]

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Open Door Shelter: No Questions Asked Equine Surrender In Kentucky

Owners can surrender horses to humane agencies at no cost on Sunday at Clark County Fairgrounds, Winchester KY. Horse Plus Humane Society is offering a One Day Open Door Shelter for Horses on Sunday, May 13, 2018, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Winchester KY. The event gives horse owners the option to surrender their […]

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Kentucky Equine Humane Center To Offer Free Gelding Sept. 12, Oct. 10

The Kentucky Equine Humane Center (KyEHC) is partnering with The Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) and the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) to offer two free gelding and wellness clinics for stallions in Hazard, Ky., and Prestonsburg, Ky. this fall. These clinics are made possible by funding and support from the […]

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Leading Astray: The Free Roaming Horses Of Eastern Kentucky

When traveling southeast of Lexington, Ky., large farms filled with sleek Thoroughbreds give way to smaller farms and gaited horses, then finally to mountains with horses kept in small lots behind tiny homes clinging to the mountainside. A little farther east and you’re in the Appalachian region of the state, which comprises 54 of Kentucky’s […]

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Free-Range, Abandoned Horses A Growing Problem In Kentucky

According to a USA Today report, the population of free-roaming horses in Kentucky’s eastern mountain region has reached unsettling levels. People have either been grazing horses or turning them loose on reclaimed surface mines in the Appalachians for years, but the practice has gone on for so long that the herds are producing their own foals […]

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