From the start, the ASPCA has put horses at the heart of what we do.
Today we are aimed squarely at improving equine welfare through increasing adoption and transitioning of horses, increasing safety net support and enhancing anti-cruelty efforts from boots-on-the ground work to strong legislative efforts. We work collaboratively with other groups to develop innovative partnerships to reach those goals.
These are the ASPCA’s priorities for equines:
They Did It: How a Horse Rescue Created a Steady Revenue Stream
Find out how one equine rescue created a learning program for businesses that raises thousands of dollars each year.
Talking With Harmony Equine Center About Euthanasia
Discover how Harmony Equine Center uses an evaluation matrix to inform the conversation around euthanasia.
Four Post-Adoption Tips for Equine Groups
Use these four tips to help ensure that horses and adopters are thriving post-adoption.
ASPCA Grants $250,000 to Help Rehabilitate and Retrain Retired Racehorses
Through the ASPCA Rescuing Racers Initiative, the ASPCA granted $250,500 to equine groups to assist their efforts to rehabilitate retired racehorses.