Search Search Search Topic Keeping Pets in Homes Safety Net Equine Welfare Equine Adoption Equine Cruelty & Disasters (-) Keeping Horses Safe Cruelty & Disasters Animal Cruelty Investigations Active FiltersKeeping Horses Safe Group 9 Clear All Intake Pathways for Open-Admission Horse Adoption Agencies Equine open admission programs are a great way to serve your community and prevent horses from going to low-end auctions. They Did It: Hay Safety Net Helps Struggling Horse Owners Read how one agency got social-service agencies to promote a hay safety net program that keeps horses in their homes. Join ASPCA Efforts to Keep People and Pets Together During Potential Housing Crisis Learn how you can join the ASPCA’s efforts to keep people and pets together amid a potential eviction crisis resulting from COVID-19 and get safety net resources for your community. Talking With Harmony Equine Center About Euthanasia Discover how Harmony Equine Center uses an evaluation matrix to inform the conversation around euthanasia. ASPCA Grants Over $45,000 to Assist with Horse Adoption Learn about the winners of Hoof It Home Grant and their groundbreaking programs to move horses from areas of the country where they are in low demand, 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. Happy Tails: A New Life for Liberty Read about Liberty, a horse seized in a Florida neglect case through a collaboration with ASPCA's NFR team and Hidden Acres Rescue for Thoroughbreds. Reduce the Risk of Feeding Horses Contaminated Hay While horses may normally avoid ingesting noxious weeds or moldy hay, they can be more likely to ingest them when mixed into their feed. Thoroughbred Makeover Celebrates Adoptable Horses in their Second Career Learn how adoptable off-track horses are finding second careers thanks to events like the Thoroughbred Makeover, in Lexington, Kentucky.