Banned trainer pleads his case on anti-slaughter policy

The case of Canuki and Cactus Cafe is nearing its conclusion, at least for the horses. The two Thoroughbreds became famous in May when their surprising return from the Richelieu slaughterhouse in Canada led the horsemeat company to stop accepting Thoroughbreds and raised questions about the effectiveness of racetrack anti-slaughter policies.


  1. Dennis Davey · ·

    Marie Lets not forget the likes of those such as Premier Redford of Alberta and Premier Charas of Quebec as well as M.P. T. Menzies.

  2. I just sent this message to: Gerry Ritz lead whip boy for horse slaughter, George Da Pont President CFIA, Brian Evans CFIA and Martin Appelt CFIA. The embarrassment for you guys is going to continue – just shut it down already people!
    Same old story: racehorses (actually any horse) filled with drugs going to slaughter in Canada. I thought you guys had the EID to help prevent such issues – so glad to see it is working well for you. What a disgusting group of leaders – Canada’s shame!

  3. Heather · ·

    How can anyone state that horse slaughter is a humane way to end a horse’s life!!!! Do you think selling these horses from person to person, trailering them thousands of miles, having food and water withheld is humane!!! Let’s keep the pressure on and building….we need to support Bill C322 with all the signatures we can.

  4. Dennis Davey · ·

    You are no better than one of Canadas worst BARBARIAN C. Bouvry.
    One can only hope that you are banned for life. You fit perfectly into the BARBARIC and SEEDY world of HORSE slaughter perfectly.

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