Ipswich Equine Rescue

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    Ipswich Equine Rescue is a 501c3 non profit equine rescue dedicated to saving horses from neglect abuse and slaughterWe have been saving OTTB"S for 25 years. We started the PREMARIN foal mission in 94 alerting the general public through media coverage about the atrocities of PREMARIN, how the unwanted byproducts went to slaughter the horrific conditions the pregnant mares sustained standing in coffin type stall during their last trimesters of pregnancy given only small amounts of water tethered from their halter and backside wearing a black catchcup apparatus to collect the thick as molasses urine. We were at the forefront of alerting women about the dangers of ingesting, "THE BITTER PILL" called Premarin. As a nurse I felt responsible to help as many women regarding the life threatning side effects of taking premarin. Premarin causes Cancer, Heart disease and strokes in women whom cannot break down the equine hormones, equilin.IERhas saved and rehomed 4513 horses since the 80's.

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    IRISH MIST FARM 28045 Dobbin Hufsmith
    Magnolia, TX 77354

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