Creating alternatives to slaughter for BC horses.    

Chance was one of 13 ponies in the kill pen that BC Horse Angels purchased and found homes for.

He was a 5 year old, unhandled stud.

Paula Leweke of Victoria adopted him.

Chance went into training and quickly became a favourite at the stable due to his easy-going, calm and gentle disposition. He was started under saddle and gelded.

Paula says, “He’s amazing! Bombproof already.”

Paula has saved many horses from slaughter who are now competing in the show circuit on Vancouver Island.

Paula has also started Seahorse Counselling, a business to help veterans and others with PTSD, grief, loss or conflict resolution. Chance and other horses Paula has saved will be helping people get results where other traditional therapies have failed.

Silver Cloud is another stallion Paula saved. He was in the Kamloops meat pen slated to ship to slaughter in May, 2017, when Paula was able to convince the kill buyer to sell him.

Silver Cloud lived for 10 years as a feral horse on a reserve, with no human handling. His wild instincts were strong but he’s come a long way in a short time, and is another amazing example of the quality of BC’s feral horses.

Thank you for your continued support.  Your kindness is transforming the lives of B.C. horses and advancing the effort to end the slaughter of horses in Canada for human consumption.

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