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Each year, more than 100,000 American horses—working, racing and companion horses and even children’s ponies—are inhumanely transported long distances in cramped trailers without food, water or rest. Then they are brutally slaughtered, and their meat is shipped overseas for human consumption. The majority of these horses are young, healthy animals who could have led productive lives with loving owners if they’d been given the chance.

Tell Congress to Protect U.S. Horses from Slaughter

The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act, H.R. 1942/S. 1214, will keep horse slaughter plants out of the U.S. and end the export of horses abroad for slaughter.

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