This Melbourne Cup, place a ‘winning bet’ by supporting horse rescue & advocacy!

While the racing industry continues to rake in gambling money on the back of horse cruelty, the incredible people from these horse rescue sanctuaries choose to 'place their bets' on compassion instead.

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LAST UPDATED: 3 November 2019

The horse racing industry rakes in billions of dollars on the back of horses that are routinely whipped, injured, and slaughtered when they're not 'profitable' anymore. A recent exposé revealed the brutality that young and healthy horses face when they're discarded by the racing industry — and public outrage has led to many people declaring they will no longer bet on or attend a horse race.

If you're one of the caring people who wants to celebrate compassion — not cruelty — to horses, thankfully there are many groups in Australia actively working to create a world in which horses are treated with compassion, and loved not for what they can win, but for who they are...

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Follow the Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses on facebook
Donate here

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Follow Horse Shepherd Equine Sanctuary on facebook
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Follow Windamere Horse Haven on facebook
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Follow The Winged Horse on facebook
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Follow Brightside Farm Sanctuary on facebook
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Follow Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary on facebook
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Follow Little Oak Sanctuary on facebook
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Follow Freedom Hill Sanctuary on facebook
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Follow Loki's Lodge on facebook
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Follow Where Pigs Fly Sanctuary on facebook
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The beautiful image at the top of this page was taken by our dear friend, Jo-Anne McArthur of We Animals. It features Jan Sorgenfrei with a rescued horse at Catskill Animal Sanctuary. You can view more of Jo-Anne's magnificent work at the We Animals website.


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