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Southeastern Pennsylvania has one of the largest horse populations in the country. Unfortunately, many of them aren’t well taken care of or are neglected.

That neglect usually takes the form of horses not having enough food to eat or water to drink. Sometimes, the horses are kept in such poor conditions where they can hurt themselves or can’t move around.

That’s why horse rescuers are so important. They help horses escape the abusive situations, help to rehabilitate them, and possibly even get the horses healthy enough to be adopted.

On this episode of Smart Talk, we’ll learn about A Home For Every Horse‘s Equine Comeback Challenge scheduled for the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on October 15, 2014.

Ten rescued horses that were assigned trainers this summer will compete to show how far they’ve come.

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Hope’s Legacy Equine Rescue was founded in 2008 when we took in our first donkey. Since then they have taken in over 450 horses, ponies, mules, and donkeys.

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