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ASPCA triples its Equine Fund grants in 2007

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New York - The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) handed out more than $365,000 to benefit horses last year, in the form of 57 equine grants in 31 states.

NEW YORK — The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) handed out more than $365,000 to benefit horses last year, in the form of 57 equine grants in 31 states.

That nearly triples the $125,000 it provided from its Equine Fund in 2006.

The ASPCA's largest 2007 equine grant was a three-year $300,000 sponsorship of Return to Freedom, the American Wild Horse sanctuary in Lompoc, Calif., to expand educational and outreach programs supporting the sanctuary's conservation efforts.

"The Equine Fund is a symbol of the ASPCA's strong commitment to equine rescue and welfare efforts, and these were greatly increased, both on a local and national level in 2007," says ASPCA President and CEO Ed Sayres.

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