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Hoodlums from PETA harass Horseowners with a court order, in a bid to stop animals from doing what they do- that's run!! A Horse is a born runner, and a horse is supposed to run daily. This is ridiculous. PETA, really? Did you know the Global Elite actually has an Animal Depopulation program that seeks to exterminate most of the animal life on Earth. Especially, the cute and fuzzy creatures Humans love. This is absolute Bull. The Global Elite plan on killing animals in a mass die off a long with humans. In the case of horses, they want to keep horses in a cage so they will wither away and die of a disease of contagion in close quarters such as Pseudorabies.
Quotes from USDA:
“Pseudorabies is a viral disease most prevalent in swine, often causing newborn piglets to die. Older pigs can survive infection, becoming carriers of the pseudorabies virus for life. Other animals infected from swine die from pseudorabies, which is also known as Aujezsky's disease and "mad itch." Infected cattle and sheep can first show signs of pseudorabee's by scratching and biting themselves. In dogs and cats, pseudorabies can cause sudden death. The virus does not cause illness in humans.” “Pseudorabies is a disease of swine that can also affect cattle, horses, dogs, cats, sheep, and goats. The disease is caused by pseudorabies virus (P R V), an extremely contagious herpes virus that causes reproductive problems, including abortion, stillbirths, and even occasional death losses in breeding and finishing hogs.” “ The virus has never been shown to be contagious to humans, not even to people working on farms with many P R V-infected animals.” “P R V is primarily spread through direct animal-to-animal (or nose-to-nose) contact between an infected and shedding pig and a noninfected pig. If present on inanimate objects, such as boots, clothing, feed, trucks, and equipment, the virus can also spread from herd to herd and farm to farm.”
The Global Mafia knows what they are doing, and you better recognize the real truth behind the headlines.
A Court Order, sickening.
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Sale Companies Discuss PETA Charges
By Eric Mitchell
Representatives of the major Thoroughbred auction houses met Sept. 16 in Lexington to discuss the criticisms recently leveled at 2-year-olds in training sales by the animal-rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA.
Executives with Barretts, Fasig-Tipton, Keeneland, and the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. scheduled the impromptu meeting for Sept. 16 because they were already gathered for a meeting of the International Cataloging Standards Committee's North American members and that day is the mid-sale break during Keeneland’s marathon September yearling sale.
“It seemed like an opportunity to get together and discuss the issues,” said Terence Collier, Fasig-Tipton’s director of marketing. “The question is how do we address the questions raised by PETA, which really came from out of the blue.”
Walt Robertson, Keeneland’s vice president of sales, indicated that Keeneland had received e-mail communication from “people claiming to be from PETA” about wanting changes in breeze shows for the 2-year-old sales, but “we (Keeneland) have not discussed exactly what to do about it point by point.”
Tom Ventura, OBS' general manager and director of sales, declined to comment on the discussion during the meeting but confirmed it did take place. No one with Barretts could be reached for comment.
PETA reportedly sent letters to all the sale companies asking them to adopt a number of “lifesaving recommendations,” including preventing 2-year-old sale prospects from sprinting. The other recommendations were: eliminate the recording and publishing of times during undertack shows; mandate that undertack shows be postponed if there are unsafe track and weather conditions; ban whips, toe-grabs, and “other devices that force a horse to run at excessive speeds;” and crack down on the use of performance-enhancing and injury-making drugs.
“Forcing juvenile horses to run at top speeds on fragile, undeveloped bones and joints is animal abuse,” said PETA president Ingrid E. Newkirk in a statement issued Sept. 12.
PETA has taken its cause a step further by calling for criminal animal-cruelty charges to be filed by the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office against Fasig-Tipton and for the Marion County State’s Attorney’s Office to take action against OBS. The organization’s actions are related to the breakdown of a filly May 19 during the undertack show for the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale and the collapse of a horse at OBS during an undertack show prior to its June juvenile sale. The horse at OBS died due to a ruptured aorta.
Brad King, state attorney for the Fifth Judicial Circuit, which includes Marion County, told the Ocala Star-Banner any charges against OBS are unlikely based on his understanding of how auctions work. He told the paper he believes it is in the best interest of horse owners for their animals to be healthy and sound and that treating them cruelly runs contrary to that interest.
“I’m not doing anything with that,” King told the Star-Banner of PETA’s complaint.
“The reality is that breakdowns at the sales are a very, very rare occurrence,” Collier said.
He added that the sale companies meet regularly to discuss safety issues, such as the use of whips or shoe issues but there have been no discussions to date about speed or the rights of consignors to breeze their horses. He added that it would be “premature” to speculate whether any actions would come out of the Sept. 16 meeting.
“PETA is a well-meaning group whose representations will be studied carefully,” Collier said. “We both have the same interest and that is the welfare of the horse and riders.”
Bloodstock editor Deirdre Biles contributed to the reporting for this story.
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