A rundown of equine welfare issues currently plaguing the industry and how they are being addressed
When you see a horse suffering in a bad living situation, of course you want to help. But it’s important that you know what to do to stay within the law.
An equine rescue experts offer insights to help you determine if a particular rescue group is legitimate effort to help horses or a shady scam.
Eastern Kentucky University?s Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue Training course (TLAER), sponsored by USRider, is an exceptional opportunity. At Eastern Kentucky University's Technical Large Animal Rescue Training, sponsored in part by USRider, students learned the safe way to save horses and livestock in dangerous situations.
Do you have extra barn supplies tack and other horse necessities? If you find yourself with an excess of blankets bridles dewormers and halters donate them to your local horse rescue. Like many shelters most horse rescues are non-profit and rely on volunt
The four-day Technical Large Animal Rescue Training course (TLAR) aims to teach emergency responders the most efficient techniques to save oversized animals in catastrophic situations. Sponsored largely by USRider, the course is conducted at Eastern Kentucky University.