Rescued horses doing what horses love to do!

Mini Turn-Out May 3,2015
This video will surely bring a smile to your face! Mostly rescued Canadian PMU mares and their offspring plus Gracie, rescued Thoroughbred, Josephine, rescued half-blind Standardbred Mare/former Amish buggy horse, Elinore, former Amish work horse and Emma, former Amish work mule.

Promoting the humane and responsible treatment of horses


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Ella, rescued Canadian Pregnant Mares Urine (PMU) Mare

Photo compliments of Doramarie Parra Presley

Bebe Neuwirth

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Bebe Neuwirth delivers a special message in support of Equine Advocates. Neuwirth was honored by Equine Advocates for her life-long commitment to helping and protecting animals, and for her strong public stance against horse slaughter.
 Bebe's video for EA

Next Open Day at the Sanctuary
Our next Open Day is on Saturday, June 13th. Please come see us if you are in the area! Learn more...

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2015 American Equine Summit
North American Experts to Present at Equine Advocates 2015 Horse Summit. Gloria Steinem to Welcome Invitation-Only Audience with Letter Calling for PMU Ban

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Bandit, a Pinto, was born in 1988. He was rescued by Equine Advocates in 2001 from a car garage in New Jersey. He was adopted at the time of his rescue but came back to us in 2007. Bandit spends his days with Inno, Spirit and Kip in an area of the sanctuary we call "Goodfellas." Bandit is proudly half-sponsored by a supporter from New York, New ...
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Do Horses Sleep Standing Up?

The perfect gift for a child who loves horses!

Full of photos of adorable horses, ponies, donkeys and mules—all of whom were rescued by Equine Advocates and who currently reside at our horse sanctuary, Do Horses Sleep Standing Up?

$20 includes shipping/handling.
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