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News From WHOA - 80 Horses Rescued in Cannon County, TN



Earlier this week, The HSUS rescued more than 80 horses from squalid conditions on a Cannon County, TN farm. The majority of the horses are Spotted Saddle and TN Walking Horses that will ultimately need to be placed in sound, loving homes. It will be several weeks before the horses will be available for adoption and The HSUS will be working with local and national horse rescue groups to facilitate placement.

More details will be available in the coming days and weeks, If you are interested in helping a horse either by offering a home, or funds to assist with their care, please contact JoinWHOA@aol.com . You may also contact eqwelfare@twhbea.com for assistance in that process. Please include your name, address, phone and email address.
 We will be sure to share more information and details as they become available.
 
Thank you,
 
Mark Taylor
WHOA Marketing Director
 
Walking Horse Owners' Association of America, Inc.        
Tennessee Miller Coliseum
304-A West Thompson Lane
PO Box 4007
Murfreesboro, TN 37129-4007
Phone: 615-494-8822
Fax: 615-494-8825

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