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​Become a Monthly Member Today ... Unbridled's #1000StrongForThoroughbreds Holiday Membership Drive is on!  For as little as $1 a day,  you can help protect horses from slaughter.  In this season of giving , you can join our lifesaving mission to intercept slaughter bound Thoroughbreds -- be the people who love Horses, care about their Lives, and want to protect them from being violently forced to die in slaughter plants. Can we count you in?   Each year, 80,000+ Horses who are purposefully-bred, domesticated, trained and trusting are led from their stalls to begin a unspeakable journey to slaughter plants in Canada and Mexico. It is estimated that 20% are Thoroughbreds. When they step onto a scale to be priced for meat no one cares about their age, accolades, or where they came from. We do. Together, we can stop this madness. 

​Stand with Unbridled today. Be a part of the solution to protect Thoroughbreds 365 days a year. 

Currently, no enforceable statute exists to protect Thoroughbreds from shipping to slaughter. No industry-generated funding is allocated to buy Thoroughbreds from livestock auctions, or to redeem them from Kill Pens. It is up to individual Organizations to raise the money to purchase and coordinate life-saving rescue missions. Without immediate access to funds, many thousands of Thoroughbreds are violently slaughtered in Mexico and Canada.  YOUR MONTHLY GIFT can be the lifeline for horses with no say in their own fate. Recurring monthly donations hugely impact our ability to intercept slaughter bound Thoroughbreds and provide the aftercare they deserve. EVERY monthly member makes a positive difference for Thoroughbreds. 

They have known love and violence. Felt the warmth of children and the cruelty of abuse. They have been injured for life while winning races and nearly died of starvation. They were birthed onto golden beds of straw, and frolicked in their youth amid the most bucolic pastures in America and they have suffered apathy, betrayal and indifference. They have survived the depravity of the slaughter pipeline ... and yet, they look upon us with forgiveness and a willingness to serve again. -- Susan Kayne