Re: more trouble at SA (362 Views)
Posted by: Rich Curtis
Date: March 15, 2019 11:19AM
"Organizations who advocate for animal welfare have also affirmed their support for these measures. Kathy Guillermo, Senior Vice President for PETA said, 'PETA thanks Santa Anita for standing up to all those who have used any means to force injured or unfit horses to run. This is a historic moment for racing and PETA urges every track to recognize that the future is now and to follow suit. This groundbreaking plan will not bring back the 22 horses who have died recently, but it will prevent the deaths of many more and will set a new standard for racing that means less suffering for Thoroughbreds.'"
You know they are desperate when they can no longer tell the difference between praise and a noose.