Cascades Futurity is proud to announce the 2023 Calcutta Recipient
SEE HOW THEY WORK.
The Foundation nurtures scientific advances, including targeted research projects, workshops, and collaborations with those who care deeply about the welfare of horses
HORSES AT RISK
The Foundation is passionate about combating neglect, abandonment and overbreeding
“The solution to alleviating the suffering of homelessness and neglected horses lies in expanded community resources for horse owners. Resources should include affordable wellness care, end of life options and humane rehoming options.”Christy Counts, founder
The Right Horse Initiative
Help for working donkeys, mules and horses in developing countries.
“Last week we had a wonderful time with our students at Ag-Horizon Veterinary Clinic and Training Center. We were out to do a clinic with our students, as we treated 177 animals. That was a great amount. We are trying to make a difference. ”Franso “Acky” Fracitterne, veterinary agent
The Foundation’s disaster relief fund provides immediate care for horses affected by natural disasters. Sadly, dramatic weather events continue to wreak havoc across various regions of the U.S. and other parts of the world, which means equines are in harm’s way.
“Ten days after Hurricane Maria, we got our first container full of feed, and with it a stock of medical supplies specifically from The Foundation for the Horse. Without those large organizations, I don’t think we would have been able to get as
much help as we did.”Kelley Stobie, director
Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Center at Hipodromo Camarero
Supporting veterinarian student and graduate scholarships and veterinary student education
“This award from The Foundation and Coyote Rock Ranch is truly life changing. Now my career decisions will be focused on becoming the best equine veterinarian I can be, rather than on my student loan debt. This financial freedom brings me close to achieving my goal of owning my own equine sports medicine practice one day.”Ashley Allemand, DVM
Coyote Rock Ranch Scholarship Recipient
EQUINE COMMUNICATION AND DISEASE CENTER
EDCC's first priority is to protect and improve the health of horses in North America.
“I love having a reliable and up to date source of information that I can direct my clients to for disease outbreak reports and infectious disease basics. The website is updated with accurate details on the number and location of horses affected so that the horse community receives accurate information.”Krista Estell, DVM, DACVIM
Marion duPont Scott Medical Center