The Humane Society of the United States will honor one of Americaâs great equestrians and medal-winning Olympian Charlotte Bredahl at a fundraiser for equine protection. âCelebrating Animals/Confronting Cruelty Santa Ynez Valleyâ will take place Saturday Oct. 9 at the Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort in Solvang, California.
Bredahl will receive The Humane Society of the United Statesâ Horse Hero Award for her work using horses as teachers and encouraging young equestrians to achieve their greatest potential as well as treating horses with the utmost care and respect.
Bredahl will receive The Humane Society of the United Statesâ Horse Hero Award for 2016 for her work using horses as teachers and encouraging young equestrians to achieve their greatest potential as well as treating their horses with the utmost care and respect.
The evening includes a cocktail reception, dinner, presentation and live auction with entertainment provided by CMA Award winning singer/songwriter Lacy J. Dalton. Olivia Newton John is the Honorary Chair of this event and the chair is Alanna Tarkington, an HSUS National Council member.
The HSUS equine protection program works to safeguard the welfare of horses by combating cruelty, horse slaughter, inhumane training methods and irresponsible breeding. The program helps to pass federal, state and local legislation to protect horses and supports a broad range of initiatives to encourage the compassionate treatment of horses and provide resources to the horse rescue community.
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