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Horses Hit on the Head and Killed by Korean Horse Racing Industry

The Korea Racing Authority (KRA) imports hundreds of American horses each year for racing and breeding. While aggressively breeding and bringing in new blood to improve South Korean racing, the KRA discards those horses who get injured or don’t succeed. A KRA official stated in 2018 that of the 1,600 horses “retired” from the racing industry each year, only 50 (or about 3 percent) are deemed suitable for other equestrian uses.

Where do all the rest go? Horse flesh is sold at restaurants and grocery stores, and horse fat or “oil” is used in beauty products. PETA U.S. investigators traveled to Jeju, South Korea, to expose the fate of these American horses and their offspring.
TAKE ACTION FOR HORSES: secure.petaasia.com/page/42359/action/1

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