Tippi Hedren joins Honorary Board of Saving America's Horses

Tippi Hedren has joined “Saving America’s Horses” as an Honorary Board member. Hedren’s status as a public figure will help to raise attention and bring the controversial subject matter of this film to the public eye.

Tippi Hedren is the former New York fashion model who débuted in a starring role in Hitchcock's classic “The Birds” where she earned her Golden Globe award. Between over twenty films and numerous television appearances, she's been involved in a wide variety of humanitarian and environmental causes, almost overshadowing her screen work. She has been honored with "The Helen Woodward Animal Center's Annual Humane Award" (1995), the prestigious Founder's Award from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (1996) and the "Lion and Lamb Award" from Wildhaven (1997) for her work on behalf of animal rights and conservation. Perhaps Tippi Hedren's most unique endeavor is being "den mother" and close friend to sixty-odd big cats - lion, tiger, leopard, cougar, and servals at The Roar Foundation's Shambala Preserve near Acton, California.

Saving America’s Horses, A Nation Betrayed is a feature length documentary film currently in production through Humanion Films, Los Angeles, CA. This film follows the life story of three proud and majestic American horses , showing startling developments along the way that demonstrate what can go wrong when law makers and citizens put their faith in corrupt institutions and organizations. The film explores what should be “the quiet retirement of thoroughbreds”, “the freedom of wild horses” and “the peaceful demise of discarded horses”. A diverse array of prominent figures and horse experts cover a variety of sub stories about rescue, rehabilitation, and the slaughter of America's Horses.