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12/16/2011 3:35:26 AM - 002049949035
I am looking for horse boarding in your area. 15 yr warmblood mare. Need stall and turnout. Very dependable, easy going person. Just want peace and quiet for my horse and I . Trail riding...Many people have told me that if they were a horse they would want me as their owner. I am a middle aged woman that would like to be in an enviornment of like-minded people.
12/15/2011 8:17:06 AM - 002063592704
A vigil is not a protest
Tomorrow is the International
Day of the Horse Vigil
A celebration of the horse and it's role in human history
Please come for only one hour
Thursday, December 15; 5:00 P.M.
on the corner of Hillcrest and Lynn Roads, Thousand Oaks
with your candles and/or signs:
WE LOVE OUR HORSES
American Horses Forever
In Celebration of our Beloved Horses
Horses: Partners ad infinitum
or whatever you think appropriate
We are going to be covered by the VC STAR
and would like to have a strong showing of support for
the horses in our community and our nation;
Their lives depend upon our presence in numbers
Please even if you cannot attend, pass this on to anyone who loves horses
or whom you think might be able to come to such an event.
Thanks all! Warmly, Kimme
12/13/2011 2:02:36 AM - 002063592704
There are more than two sides to every issue; and this issue certainly has people fired up from all practical and ethical positions. There is no question: Compassion is a luxury for those who are certain of their next meal. Not to be misread, those who are anti-slaughter are not ignorant of the profound tragedy of homeless, neglected horses and the trauma of those who can no longer care for their beloved pets and must send them to slaughter. And proponents of horse slaughter in America are not cold barbarians.
The meeting on Wednesday is exploratory and to educate us all to what is going on with the legislation and the options in the horse industry so that we can make sound decisions to embrace or not, one side or the other. I do not have answers; maybe there are those that feel a greater clarity about this. I only have the one question which compelled me to call this meeting: is there no other way but to turn to slaughtering the innocent as a viable solution? There must be better options to put on the table that will eliminate the suffering of animals and people, give horsemen and horses a better chance at self-sufficiency and livelihood, and put an end to the misery that is flailing here around us.
As an equine community, it is up to us to solve this problem; and to act in unity to protect each other and our horses. Thank you for your consideration of these thoughts. There will be refreshments at the gathering.
12/12/2011 8:16:17 AM - 002063592704
Dear friends: (Please forward to your email lists those people who have a vested interest; thank you.)
The town meeting regarding horse slaughter on Wednesday December 14th will be at Kimme Black's house at 7 P.M. We are fortunate to have as a special guest keynote speaker: Katia Louise, a film maker, Saving America's Horses: A Nation Betrayed; and founder of Saving America's Horses. Ms. Louise will bring a short featurette video and report on the activities of the pro-slaughter lobby. Her movie boasts an all star cast: Paul Sorvino, Michael Blake, Willie Nelson, Tippi Hedren, Linda Gray, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Ken Wahl, The Barbi Twins, Amy & Raelyn Nelson, Jennifer Pryor and more.
Please do not miss this important meeting. Legislation to save horses has been drafted but has not been put before the Congress. If the clock runs out, the quiet legislation opening the way to slaughter and human consumption will by default be effective. The general public has no knowledge of what is going on. The only hope of these wonderful creatures is us. Please come and see how you can help to spread the word, put pressure on the legislature to address the bill, and help get the no slaughter resolutions S1176 and HR2966 passed so these deserving animals live their lives in peace.
Thank you for your consideration of this request. Secondly, below are the details for the vigil this Thursday evening if you can make it. Many thanks, Love, Kimme
The candlelight vigil, KEEP THEIR LIGHT SHINING, is an international event scheduled for this Thursday evening, December 15th. In cities all over the world people will be lighting candles for horses. We will be meeting at 5:00 P.M. on the corner of Hillcrest and Lynn Road, in Thousand Oaks. Bring candles or LED lights; if you want to bring posters write clearly END HORSE SLAUGHTER IN THE USA...or some other such remark. The bills we are supporting are S1176 and HR2966, identical bills in the House and Senate. Everyone who can make it please come and show your support for those innocents who have no voices but have given, and still do give, so very much.
12/2/2011 7:49:16 AM - 002063592704
No Place Like Hope
Champagne Premier of the promo video
this Monday, December 5th; 5:00 P.M.
12486 Saddleridge Court
Santa Rosa Valley
Complementary Valet Parking
VUSD Grad Night Private Chefs
Videography by Joe Corey, Corey Productions
Music by Mark Watters
Special guests, announcements, toast, and of course: The Movie!!
There's No Place Like Hope Family Picnic and Hoe Down
Hosted by Riley's Rescue Animal Fund
The California Coastal Horse Rescue
11/2/2011 1:57:18 AM - 002063663935
The site looks good. It was very nice luncheon the Kidds had last Saturday!
7/27/2011 2:56:43 AM - 004028983413
Joe & Missy want to get in touch with you former SRR. Carolyn Jackson
5/24/2011 3:08:04 PM - 002063592704
The picnic is still way on!
The horse community is struggling with a potential epidemic
but now more then ever, they need our support.
Though the riding exhibitions may be canceled,
the dancing, games, stunning art displays and scenery,
the quality vendors and outstanding gourmet foods; the smell of summer sunshine,
and warm green grass of heartfelt caprice
are still reason to celebrate our determination to bring
relief from suffering for those horses still in harms way.
Please help us pass the word that the party is still on; that the activities
the There's No Place Like Hope
Picnic and Hoe Down
will be a day you will never forget.
Many thanks for helping us to get this important word out.
The picnic committee and the horses of the CCHR!
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