Press Exclusive treated for ulcerated mouth

By Susan Salk on February 18, 2014

Press Exclusive’s physical beauty belies the horror she face en route to slaughter. Her eyes still show slight tearing, from where she was trampled on a slaughter-bound truck. She is safe and thriving at Equine Advocates in Upstate N.Y. Photo by Nousha Salimi

Press Exclusive’s physical beauty belies the horror she face en route to slaughter. Her eyes still show slight tearing, from where she was trampled on a slaughter-bound truck. She is safe and thriving at Equine Advocates in Upstate N.Y. Photo by Nousha Salimi

Overgrown teeth so sharp they ulcerated the mouth of the racemare, were the last things to be made right in a life gone so wrong.

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2 comments

  1. Why are race horse owners not being made, by a law or licencing, to provide PROPER after race care. Why are they not enforced to provide a retirement home for these horses that have made them so much money. Shame on them!!

  2. You would think that race horse are taken care of since the are trying to win money off them, but they are not, feed yes and groomed and that is about it, worked really hard and beat to run fast, and a lot of them due to being so young and not bone set yet break down and get put to sleep.’ If they don’t have a heart attack for that .

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