Horses are sensitive, social animals who naturally live in herds. They need sufficient exercise as well as appropriate food, fresh water, regular care, and veterinary treatment. When cared for properly and given adequate space, horses can live for 35 years or longer. However, many horses don’t have even their basic needs met and suffer terribly when exploited for human gain.

Forced to carry heavy loads until they collapse from exhaustion, fatally injured in deadly races, sent to abattoirs to become cheap meat, or drained of their blood for drug manufacturing – these are just a few examples of the ways horses are currently suffering around the world.

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