Equine Welfare Data Collective Releases Inaugural Report

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Equine Welfare Data Collective Releases Inaugural Report Report analyzes survey responses from organizations that take custody of transitioning and at-risk equines across the United States and Puerto Rico. The Equine Welfare Data Collective (EWDC) is proud to announce the release of its September 2019 Report. The inaugural report contains an assessment…


The EWDC was thrilled to be interviewed by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) in November, 2018. Check out the article here!  Helping at-risk horses and those in transition is a true community effort that leans on the support of veterinarians, care takers, rescuers, adopters, law enforcement agencies, and all those invested in the well being…


WASHINGTON, DC – The Equine Welfare Data Collective (EWDC), a collaborative effort to accumulate, analyze, and report data to enhance programming for transitioning and at-risk equines, has begun the collection of metrics within the equine welfare industry. The Collective was created by the United Horse Coalition (UHC), a program of the American Horse Council (AHC),…

Owning Responsibly:

The United Horse Coalition is a broad alliance of equine organizations that have joined together under the American Horse Council to educate the horse industry about the issues facing horses at-risk or in transition. We seek to provide information for existing and prospective owners, breeders, sellers, and horse organizations regarding the long-term responsibilities of owning and caring for horses, as well as focusing on the opportunities available for these horses.

Our Mission:

Through industry collaboration, the UHC promotes education and options for at-risk and transitioning horses.

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Our members are the heart and soul of the United Horse Coalition, and they are the driving force behind the work we do.  As a collaborative effort, it’s important that the United Horse Coalition be comprised of many different organizations that can come together as one collective voice to help at-risk horses and those in transition.  We cannot support and sustain the wonderful work UHC does without its members!