Since 2007, Tawnee and Jason Preisner, founder of Horse Plus Humane Society, have kept a Blog about the day-to-day happenings and news of Horse Plus Humane Society. All the blogs are archived and available for reading.

Urgent: The slaughter auction is tomorrow!

Our rescue team is going to an auction tomorrow to rescue as many horses as we can. Horses are sold to the highest bidder. Kill buyers purchase horses to be killed at slaughterhouses in Mexico for human consumption. A kill buyer will pay about $0.50 a pound for a horse at auction.  Please become a Horse Rescue Hero and make a donation to help save horses from that horrible fate. Last year we were able to take a film crew into an auction and rescued over 50 horses in one night. It is a glimpse into what is rarely seen in the dark side of the horse industry, the slaughter pipeline. You can watch it on Amazon prime, or on YouTube at this link:

Please watch this episode of Horse Rescue Heroes and consider helping us rescue horses just like the ones you’ll see in this episode. We wouldn’t be able to rescue horses out of the slaughter pipeline if it wasn’t for people like you. Our supporters are the true horse rescue heroes! Be a Hero – Give Now.


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Horse Plus Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization & has been rescuing horses since 2003, tax ID #20-1156396.

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