Contact: Ashley Harkins
United Horse Coalition
For Immediate Release
The United Horse Coalition is proud to announce the winner of its inaugural “Unity for Horses” award.
Last up out of 5 awards presented during the American Horse Council’s awards luncheon, but certainly not least, the United Horse Coalition was proud to hand off it’s inaugural “Unity for Horses” award to Days End Farm Horse Rescue.
To be considered for the Unity Award, individuals (or organizations) must:
- be an active member of the United Horse Coalition 2+ years in good standing.
- take initiative to be involved in, and work towards programs that promote responsible ownership and breeding, and/or programs that support horses at-risk or in transition and their owners.
- use their industry relationships to work collaboratively to further strengthen and promote the mission of the United Horse Coalition.
“For our first time presenting this award, I had a hard time choosing one above the many organizations who are so deserving of this award. However, when I thought about what it means to be united in this industry towards helping at-risk horses, Days End Farm Horse Rescue embodied the spirit of the unity we seek.” Says Ashley Harkins, UHC Director.
Through their Maryland Equine Transition Service (METS), Days End Farm provides a perfect example of an owner assistance program that utilizes an all-hands approach within the industry to ensure that owners are able to find responsible options and assistance programs when in need.
The staff at the United Horse Coalition and American Horse Council would like to congratulation Brittney Vallot who accepted the award on behalf of the staff at Days End Farm Horse Rescue for their continued work in supporting the mission of the UHC and horses in need.
For more information about Days End Farm Horse Rescue click here.
To view a recording of the awards ceremony, click here.
About the American Horse Council and United Horse Coalition
As the national associhttps://youtu.be/3ac0bEWiie4ation representing all segments of the horse industry in Washington, D.C., the American Horse Council works daily to represent equine interests and opportunities. Organized in 1969, the AHC promotes and protects the industry by communicating with Congress, federal agencies, the media, and the industry on behalf of all horse related interests each and every day. The AHC is member supported by individuals and organizations representing virtually every facet of the horse world from owners, breeders, veterinarians, farriers, breed registries and horsemen’s associations to horse shows, racetracks, rodeos, commercial suppliers, and state horse councils. Learn more at www.horsecouncil.org
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. Learn more at unitedhorsecoalition.org