Susan Kayne’s Op-Ed about the pending raw deal for carriage horses is exactly right. The mayor’s compromise bill has no protection from slaughter for the horses, nor any oversight for the well-being of the horses, and is relegating them to stalls much too small for working horses!  SUSAN DAVIS | NYDN 02.03.2016

In my weekly column for Independent Upstate Media, I not only delve into the core issues facing horses today but also illuminate the 'who-ness' of these magnificent creatures. By sharing intimate glimpses of their interactions with one another, I aim to reveal their deep emotional capacities, intricate social needs, remarkable intelligence, and profound feelings. These stories give pause and prompt consideration for who they are as our fellow sentient beings. My efforts to make a difference in the lives of these creatures reflect a core belief: at Unbridled, every horse has a name, a story, and a voice. Through my writing, featured across various community newspapers, I invite readers to understand the challenges faced by horses and inspire them to take meaningful action. Join me in this journey of exploration and advocacy, as we work together to ensure their protection and honor their existence.

Care of Racehorses Important Even Long After Season Ends 
By Susan Kayne | October 30, 2017 READ MORE ...