Wild for Life Foundation
Los Angeles, CA
Aug 29, 2012

SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES is on the trail to the Oscars. We believe that America's horses deserve to have their story heard at this level and getting them on the Academy's list for consideration would be an incredible way to honor them. The competition for nominations is fierce but there could be no greater joy than to bring our horses recognition through this honorable journey. In preparing this film for release at this level we have to keep our focus on the value of the journey, which with your help and support can give America's horses the voice they need and so very much deserve.

Qualifying SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES for Oscar consideration will garner reviews and coverage in major news papers that can bring much needed exposure for the horses into the mainstream. Our strategy is to build as much momentum and buzz achievable through this film resource so that the truth will be known by the widest demographic possible. 

In a nutshell, we have 30 days to reach our fundraising goal and our biggest challenge is getting the word out to as many people as possible right away. That's where you can make the biggest difference.

The public must come to know the urgency of this important issue.  We hope that you will help spread the word about SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES by forwarding our announcements to your network. You can check back or subscribe for updates as we reach milestones and draw near to our deadline. To help even more, be sure to add a personal note in your own words about why you support SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES.

NOW SEE the brand new exhilarating and motivational clip; a tribute to saving America's horses!  This extremely uplifting and powerful clip is viewable from most emails and mobile phones, so be sure to share it far and wide.

The "On the Trail to the Oscars: SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES" campaign will only run for 30 days. That's because time is of the essence to raise the funds needed so that we can release SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES this year.

Check out the great list of perks that are sure to catch the interest of most anyone that cares about horses, including on screen credits in this film!

Please also share these links and our information with your network via email, on Facebook and Twitter to help even more.

SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES is a collaborative educational feature documentary film project presented under Wild for life Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) all volunteer nonprofit charity dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving equines. The tremendous accomplishment of bringing this epic film to this level has been largely due to a generous spirit of philanthropy, volunteerism and community support. In order to effect change, we have combined powerful substantiated evidence together with captivating visuals and a compelling narrative for presentation through the world's most powerful visual resource, cinema.

SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES is a brilliant and hard hitting exposé 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 public and the environment. 

This touching and empowering film is receiving rave reviews and has won multiple international awards, including Best Environmental Film in Canada and Best Documentary Film in Los Angeles through the film festival circuit. The timing is pivotal for America’s horses. Please help bring this important film to public theatrical release.

To learn about the unique naming opportunity and presenting sponsor opportunities for the epic release of this landmark film, contact

Thank you for your continued support.


Stand United for the Horses

Wild for Life Foundation
Los Angeles, CA
August 21, 2012

Wild for Life Foundation and Animal Law Coalition are calling on all horse advocates to keep the safety and the welfare of America's horses as their 1st priority during the election.

The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act is bi-partisan bill that will protect America's wild and domestic equines from cruel and barbaric slaughter. The bill has support among both Republicans and Democrats, and among members of President Obama’s administration and also those working on Gov. Romney’s campaign. Regardless of who is elected, we will reach out and make every effort to work with the president and members of Congress to pass this bill. 

We are not suggesting you should not support horse friendly candidates. You certainly should! But let’s not let politics or differences on other issues divide us on this very important effort to stop slaughter and protect America’s wild and  domestic equines. “As the Lake Research Partners poll established, 80% of Americans oppose horse slaughter,” said Laura Allen, Founder, Animal Law Coalition. “Let’s focus on making sure the candidates know this and why the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act should become law.”

Now more than ever, we need to multiply support and momentum to help the horses. The horses cannot  afford to lose any ground.  Wild for Life Foundation and the SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES Initiative has worked hard over the past several years to unite advocates from both camps; the two biggest equine welfare issues in America - "slaughter" and "wild horse". There are currently more horse advocates and groups collaborating efforts for the horses than ever before. "We simply must stay united for the horses," says Katia Louise, President, Wild for Life Foundation.   


You can help support The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act, SB1176 and HR2966 by contacting your policymaker(s) with an automated email. Click here to follow this link.

Share the "UNITED WE STAND" banner on your website, on your social media pages and with your email network. The efforts to save American’s horses are bi-partisan and we need to keep them that way.
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Wild for Life Foundation
Los Angeles, CA
Aug 17, 2012
Wild for Life Foundation is pleased to share in the news about members and guests of STAR San Diego, (Strategic Trusted Advisors Roundtable) gathering for an insightful presentation by  Filmmaker, Katia Louise and Good Will Ambassador, Bing Bush, Jr., of "SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES - A Nation Betrayed", on Wed, August 15th in La Jolla. Attendees were also treated to a new cut of the official film trailer which features gorgeous footage of both Thoroughbreds and wild horses from the movie.

The event  brought together more than one hundred of San Diego's best and brightest professional advisers who average more than twenty years of professional experience in their respective fields of practice.  The audience was engaged by the thought provoking presentation which was news to pretty much everyone in the room, " said Richard Muscio, STAR  San Diego.
Ms. Louise presented on the preservation of wild horses in America and several key points as associated with horse slaughter including toxic health risks to humans, economic and environmental devastation and criminal animal cruelty. "The criminal element and level of corruption that exists within the horse slaughter industry is well established and contributes significantly to the lack of law enforcement that would otherwise protect equines of all breeds and disciplines, from this predatory trade," said Katia Louise. "The capture, removal, transport and stockpiling of both wild and domestic horses to be slaughtered for their meat is a humanitarian issue that affects socioeconomics, the environment and human health on a global level."
Mr. Bush presented on the relationship of horse slaughter to the Thoroughbred racing industry. "If we compare the number of Thoroughbreds in the United States that were sent to slaughter each year, from 2005 to present, and compared those numbers to the number of Thoroughbred foals in the US, we would see that  a staggering 68 to 79% have been slaughtered during that time each year," said Bing Bush, Jr. "The National Thoroughbred Racing Association should support the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act (SB1176 & HR2966) which would prohibit the shipping, transporting, moving, delivering, receiving, possessing, purchasing, selling, or donation of horses and other equines to be slaughtered for human consumption."
As Good Will Ambassador to WFLF’s SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES, Bing Bush, Jr. is actively striving to raise awareness as a voice from within the equine community. Bing Bush, Jr.,  A.P.C.  a highly regarded civil and business litigation firm specializing in all Equine-related legal matters,  and is one of the Thoroughbred industry’s most prominent and well respected equine attorneys.
Katia Louise is the Director and Producer of SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES, the movie, and the President of Wild for Life Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit all volunteer charity, dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving equine.

SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES is an educational documentary project under Wild for Life Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit all volunteer charity dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving equines. Donations in any amount are welcome, are tax deductible and will help bring this film to public bi coast release.
Presenting sponsors and unique naming opportunities can gain national and international exposure through the public bi-coastal release of this landmark film.