The ancestors of the modern-day horse were domesticated over 7,000 years ago by humans for both work and pleasure. This exploitation and its unavoidable attendant abuse continues to this day.
- Stand Against Horse Slaughter
- New Anti-Slaughter Amendment: What Does It Mean for Horses?
- The Chincoteague Ponies: Wildlife on the Brink | Spring 2005
- Unwanted Horses: The Limits of Protection | Summer 2005
- For 80 Years, Cowboys Conquer the Chincoteague Ponies | Winter 2005 - 2006
- Friends of Animals' Reply to the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board
- The Exploitation of Horses for Drug Manufacturing
- Inside the PMU Industry: An FoA Investigation
Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages
Friends of Animals is committed to enacting legislation to ban horse-drawn carriages and to obtain sanctuary for the horses enslaved within this industry. Read more...
- Lobby Day in Albany for NYC Horse-Drawn Carriage Bill
- New York City Horse Allies Take Historic Stand
- Submission to the Bureau of Land Management's Meeting of National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board, to be held 17 Nov. 2008 in Reno, Nevada.
- CALL to Action: Reject U.S. Government Proposal to Shoot Horses
- Horse Advocates Seek Carriage Ban