There's No Place Like Hope and SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES

If you're in the Thousand Oaks area Sunday, June 10th, come on out and see us!  WFLF's SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES will have a special booth set up at the "No Place Like Hope Hoe Down" to educate and raise awareness about the need for protection of equines. Over 5,000 guests are anticipated to attend and will no doubt come away enlightened, inspired and empowered to take action.

 As part of the event, international award winning filmmaker, Katia Louise is scheduled to speak at noon about the connection between the environment, the eradication of our wild and domestic equines and the future of humanity. "Timing is pivotal, with the ongoing elimination of our wild horses from the rangelands and the escalated push by foreign investors to reopen horse slaughter plants in the U.S.; more and more horses are at risk of cruel and barbaric slaughter," says Katia Louise.

Katia will also be discussing the making of her landmark film, SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES A NATION BETRAYED. "This powerful film not only dispels; but transcends the subterfuge and spotlights the true facts," Katia says. "’s about the majesty of the horse, the freedom they represent, the value of that freedom and what it means to life."  Event guests will also be able to meet and talk with the filmmaker while stopping by the SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES booth.

Wild for Life Foundation is pleased to take part in this special event which also raises support and attention for local rescue horses in need. There will be many fun and exciting activities throughout the day including live entertainment, celebrity appearances, riding exhibitions, games and more.

SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES is an intelligent and hard hitting expos√© that reveals how the public has been misled by government agencies and corporate interests that run over the laws that are supposed to protect the horses, the environment and people. Geared for the conscience consumer and suitable for all audiences; SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES - NATION BETRAYED is a feature length educational documentary film project under Wild for Life Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) all volunteer nonprofit, dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving wild and domestic equines. WFLF relies 100% on donations. Your donation in any amount will make a difference.

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