An informational booklet created by the UHC on Responsible Horse Ownership.
UHC Brochure, Preventing Horses From Becoming At-Risk: Own Responsibly
A brochure that describes the Coalition, its activities, its goals, and the services it provides to members of the horse industry.
UHC Brochure: Rehabilitating the Neglected Horse: A Caregivers Guide
A brochure curtesy of the United Horse Coalition, the American Horse Council, and sponsors; Nutrena, American Farrier’s Association, and Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health
UHC Brochure: Breeding Responsibly
A brochure created by UHC to promote Responsible Ownership through Responsible Breeding practices. By breeding responsibly or not at all, owners are helping to significantly reduce the number of at-risk horses in America.
2009 Unwanted Horse Survey
The results of a national survey taken by more than 27,000 horse owners, equine industry stakeholders, rescue and retirement facilities, and non-horse owners regarding the issue of unwanted horses, the causes, solutions, and implications.
Best Practices: How your organization can help.
(Updated Version coming 2020)
An informational booklet that lists various initiatives and activities you or your organization can undertake to help horses that are at risk, or in transition.
UHC Membership Benefits
Information regarding the benefits of becoming a member of the United Horse Coalition.
Many pet owners understand the importance of microchipping a cat or dog, but did you know that you can microchip your horse?
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.
Through industry collaboration, the UHC promotes education and options for at-risk and transitioning horses.
Join the Cause Today!
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!