Friday, July 3, 2015

Press Release: 

Susan Kayne |
Unbridled Thoroughbred Foundation | 518.797.9700

REAL HORSE RESCUES TV Premiere Saturday, July 4th | 6 AM (EST) ON ABC-WTEN
 Original Series Created by Susan Kayne Focuses on Equine Welfare

ALBANY, NY, July 2, 2015 – Real Horse Rescues, a 13-part weekly series, debuts Saturday, July 4th at 6 AM on ABC-WTEN. Each episode features once unwanted and slaughter bound horses, who are now shining in their new roles as teachers, healers, therapists, and competitive performance partners.  This will be the first time on network TV that viewers will experience the true stories behind redeemed horses.

“I wanted to create an educational and meaningful series for viewers, not only to learn about the serious welfare issues facing horses, but to bring visibility to our local equine rescues and sanctuaries as a community resource.” Kayne, creator and host of RHR, continued, “It is my hope to inspire viewers to discover the joy of horses for themselves, and to foster the public’s participation with these organizations.”

Kate Storey leads an Abram Lansing student on Opal
In the first show, Kayne visits Little Brook Farm in Old Chatham, NY. Lynn Cross, founder of Little Brook in 1977, her daughter Summer Brennan, and students on a field trip from Abram Lansing Elementary School in Cohoes, NY, share the spotlight. Hamlet and Opal, the equine stars, were both kill pen rescues.
New episodes of Real Horse Rescues' first season will air every Saturday at 6:00 a.m. on ABC-WTEN through September 26, 2015.
Link to Real Horse Rescues ABC-WTEN premiere on YouTube:

Real Horse Rescues is a production of the Unbridled Thoroughbred Foundation. A 501 c (3), not-for-profit organization guided by the belief that every equine life deserves humane treatment, compassion, respect, and protection from harm. 

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About Susan Kayne: Susan is a lifelong equestrian, equine advocate, and TV personality. She is the creator of the popular award-winning TV series Unbridled.

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