Did you know?

 
 

Nearly 130,000 "unprofitable” or simply unwanted horses are trucked to Canada and Mexico and slaughtered each year.

 
 

Take Action

 

Click SUPPORT below to sign the Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act, H.R. 113/S. 1706, which would ban domestic horse slaughter and stop the export of horses for slaughter abroad. Or click DONATE to help us fight for this issue and 100% of your donation will go to the directly to the horses.

 
 
 
 

Know the Facts

 
 

Horses travel 24 hours or more without food, water or rest, in livestock trucks designed for cattle, oftentimes treated with drugs unsafe for human consumption.

finn2finn Alliance allocates 100% of your funds donated directly to reputable organizations within animal welfare industry, such as ReRun, an industry leader in Thoroughbred aftercare.

Stories of Horses Impacted by Our Campaign

 
RERUN - BELLAMY WAY    Bellamy Way ran 18 times and placed winnings of over $300,000. However, at only 6 years old, his competitive career reached an end. Luckily, he ended up at ReRun and is known as one of their “racing heroes”, garnering tons of public support around giving race horses a safe place to go after the finish line!

RERUN - BELLAMY WAY

Bellamy Way ran 18 times and placed winnings of over $300,000. However, at only 6 years old, his competitive career reached an end. Luckily, he ended up at ReRun and is known as one of their “racing heroes”, garnering tons of public support around giving race horses a safe place to go after the finish line!

RERUN - STAN AND STORMY     Fair Weather Stan and Stormy Scoundrel have their own unique traumas, but are now living their best lives (together!) at ReRun. Stan is a multiple graded stakes placed horse who won over a quarter of a million dollars. After his career, he was found starving with 19 other horses, several of which later died. He was one of the lucky ones, after being nursed back to health at ReRun and finding his companion Stormy Scoundrel from whom he’s now inseparable. Stormy also ended up at ReRun because he had no where to go after his owner became terminally ill. Luckily the two horses rediscovered their happiness when they found each other.

RERUN - STAN AND STORMY

Fair Weather Stan and Stormy Scoundrel have their own unique traumas, but are now living their best lives (together!) at ReRun. Stan is a multiple graded stakes placed horse who won over a quarter of a million dollars. After his career, he was found starving with 19 other horses, several of which later died. He was one of the lucky ones, after being nursed back to health at ReRun and finding his companion Stormy Scoundrel from whom he’s now inseparable. Stormy also ended up at ReRun because he had no where to go after his owner became terminally ill. Luckily the two horses rediscovered their happiness when they found each other.

RERUN - SARATOGA SNACKS    Saratoga Snacks is a Rerun fan favorite and was a multiple graded stakes winner of $700,000. Due to his fame and great personality, he has become a mascot for ReRun, helping raise awareness about how race horses need a safe place to go after their careers are over.

RERUN - SARATOGA SNACKS

Saratoga Snacks is a Rerun fan favorite and was a multiple graded stakes winner of $700,000. Due to his fame and great personality, he has become a mascot for ReRun, helping raise awareness about how race horses need a safe place to go after their careers are over.

WHITE SHIRES - TESS AND ISABELLE    In 2015, Mary Lou Kaler of Stable Environment Equine Rehabilitation (S.E.E.R.) rescued four White Shire horses after they were found severely malnourished and abused by their former owner. Pictured above, Isabelle and Tess were moved to local farm land in East Hampton generously donated by    Dune Alpin   , where they could recover from their desperate situation and be given a new lease on life. Over time, the four beauties established a strong presence in the area with locals calling them a “blessing for the whole town” and “magical, noble beings.” However, the care and keeping of these horses is no small task with shelter, food and medical needs adding up to thousands a month and no consistent winter housing available.     Our Alliance Member and photographer Lincoln Pilcher curated The White Shire series, a collection of portraits of these gentle giants with the aim of raising awareness and funds to finance a permanent home for them at Dune Alpin by building out the existing barn to keep them warm and safe during the colder months. Inspired by this story, we dedicated our holiday event on December 11th to further spread the White Shire mission. In addition to Lincoln's photography exhibited at the event, we featured a sustainable, cruelty-free selection of retail brands curated by ethical fashion site    WWW.MAISON-DE-MODE.COM   . All proceeds go to the White Shires.

WHITE SHIRES - TESS AND ISABELLE

In 2015, Mary Lou Kaler of Stable Environment Equine Rehabilitation (S.E.E.R.) rescued four White Shire horses after they were found severely malnourished and abused by their former owner. Pictured above, Isabelle and Tess were moved to local farm land in East Hampton generously donated by Dune Alpin, where they could recover from their desperate situation and be given a new lease on life. Over time, the four beauties established a strong presence in the area with locals calling them a “blessing for the whole town” and “magical, noble beings.” However, the care and keeping of these horses is no small task with shelter, food and medical needs adding up to thousands a month and no consistent winter housing available.

Our Alliance Member and photographer Lincoln Pilcher curated The White Shire series, a collection of portraits of these gentle giants with the aim of raising awareness and funds to finance a permanent home for them at Dune Alpin by building out the existing barn to keep them warm and safe during the colder months. Inspired by this story, we dedicated our holiday event on December 11th to further spread the White Shire mission. In addition to Lincoln's photography exhibited at the event, we featured a sustainable, cruelty-free selection of retail brands curated by ethical fashion site WWW.MAISON-DE-MODE.COM. All proceeds go to the White Shires.