We Can Change The Industry by Pinching off the Money

Where the hell is the humanity in this. If you are interested in changing the industry, but think it is too big just follow the money by considering and finding out who is sponsoring and who is in charge of a horse show you are thinking about attending, or an equine event. Critically consider the trainers on TV and at events whether their methods make you feel bad at times for the horse. Listen to your feelings when you watch a horse show. Do you wince sometimes for the horse? The way to change the industry is to pinch off the money supply by not attending shows, races and festivals that you know have industry leaders who use force and pain exploiting horses for money. Don’t buy products from sponsors of these events. There are many alternative product makers and trainers that can support you and your horses that align with your values of horsemanship. We can change the industry simply by not supporting the “dominance obsolete way” with our money.


Off the track thoroughbred waiting for slaughter. Between 10000-20000 young, healthy, beautiful horses like this are discarded by the Racing Industry. Some are sent directly go slaughter with no attempt to rehome them. Rescue groups save thousands…. Overbreeding  READ MORE


About Gentle Horse Trainer Missy Wryn

Specializing in problem and dangerous horses Missy Wryn is an internationally recognized Gentle Horse Trainer and member of the Association of Professional Humane Educators. Missy's Training the Whole Horse® methods & techniques and the creation of her widely popular All-In-One Bitless Bridle have been featured in media such as Alaska Airlines Magazine, Equine Monthly, Natural Horse, NW Horse Source, Stable Management, The Horse Show with Rick Lamb, Horse Girl TV and more. For more information visit Missy Wryn’s website at MissyWryn.com or call toll free (888) 406-7689.
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One Response to We Can Change The Industry by Pinching off the Money

  1. Various aspects of the horse industry are disgustingly corrupt and based upon money and greed rather than the love for the animals and their strength and power. The horse is the backbone of their success and they should be treated accordingly. The concept of one person changing an industry is overlooked by too many people. All it takes is one person. These things slowly build and it is all in the hands of the consumer.

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