TRACS Rescued Me!
My name is Maggie, and I have a story to tell.
I was born on a Pregnant Mare Urine farm almost two years ago. With the decline of the hormone replacement drug, Premarin, and the downsizing of the PMU industry, I lost my home. It was frightening to end up at auction…and then in a meat pen. As if my life had no more value than the money my flesh would bring.
But TRACS rescued me and some of my friends. How I love to be alive…galloping with the spring sun on my back and tasting the first sweet blades of grass!
Yet sometimes I wonder what happened to the buddies I left behind….
When all of us find homes, TRACS will rescue more of my friends.
For information about adoption or how you can help, phone 768-4803 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Maisie, the young PMU mare pictured here, was rescued by Tracs
Saved from Slaughter
Beautiful, healthy…and ready to adopt: These 2-year-old Premarin horses (pictured here with Gary Smith, horse trainer) were rescued from an Alberta meat pen. Thousands more are awaiting slaughter…can you help?
Chelsea and Ally
Chelsea has updated us on her wonderful palomino mare, Ally, who was adopted from TRACS in 2005. Now, as a five-year-old, Ally is winning competitions at high school events. Chelsea is proud of her PMU pal…together they make a real team!