Do you enjoy horses? Then you will undoubtedly enjoy this film. Duchess Sanctuary, a 1120-acre property near OR, Auckland, is run by The Fund for Animals in collaboration with the HSUS. It’s a lovely and spacious haven for hundreds of horses who were previously abused, abandoned, ignored, or homeless. In the brief video below, personnel are preparing to relocate 110 rescued horses to another field.
Watch as these stunning horses race down the hills, directly towards the camera, and into a new pasture. The amount of horses rescued in this area is nearly astounding! These lovely animals are deserving of their newfound freedom, especially given the harrowing circumstances under which they were rescued.
The vast majority of sanctuary horses are mares rescued from the Pregnant Mare Urinary Industry (PMU) and its offspring. Many former PMU mares resided in crates, were pregnant, and were used for urine. Some foals were fated to join their mothers in this form of misery, while others were slaughtered.
That is why seeing this video is so enjoyable. It demonstrates how much freedom a horse has. It is one of the most gorgeous horses in the world. Then, after watching the video below, make a comment. If you enjoyed the video, please share it on your page.