Thundering Hooves is a grassroots, non profit organization that provides creative, educational and cultural opportunities
that allow children, teens, and adults to create compelling resources that demonstrate the advancement of creativity, innovation,
imagination, environmental and global awareness, equine wellness, diversity and growth through
literary, visual, and healing arts, performance, film, music, and photography.
Your support will help Thundering Hooves reach new audiences through out this three-day mega EARTHx event (participation estimated to be 150,000) bringing awareness through Education, Film, Music and Art, to the issues Horses, both Wild And Domestic, face today.
Thundering Hooves is also proud to have this unique opportunity to bring awareness to the many issues Toyahvale, Texas, (home to Thundering Hooves) is facing today brought on by the invasion of the Fossil Fuel Industry endangering San Solomon Springs an 11,000 year old Artisan Spring, flowing 20 million gallons of water daily giving life to this Desert Oasis!
All donations are tax deductible.
THUNDERING HOOVES EARTHx WEEKEND SCHEDULE
As Thundering Hooves continues to grow and reach new audiences, we would like to thank everyone who has helped make this possible.
Over the last 7 years we have successfully ~
Facilitated rescues and adoptions ~ Raised Awareness to Horse Slaughter
Initiated and supported School Programs
Developed Childrens' Art Programs
Organized Annual EARTH DAY EVENTS in West Texas
Traveled Coast to Coast with our message ...for the Horses Built permanent memorials standing in memory of all the slaughter bound Horses Currently in production and post-production of two Documentary Films, a Music Video and Documentary Short Series Without your support and dedication to the cause these achievements could not have been reached! Your continued support is greatly appreciated!
VISIT ANIMALS' ANGELS FOR INFORMATION ON FEDERAL LEGISLATION INTRODUCED TO PROHIBIT SLAUGHTER OF AMERICAN HORSES.
PLEASE CONTACT your U.S. REPRESENTATIVE and urge them to cosponsor the SAFE Act to protect Americas' horses, burros and mules from slaughter and safeguard consumer health.
Don't know who represents you in Congress or your state legislature? Follow this link ASPCA website, enter your zip code in the proper field and you will be directed to contact information for your elected officials.