Monday, January 18, 2010

Canadian Horse Defense Coalition' Sinikka Crosland Joins Saving Ameroca's Horses

WFLF Humanion Films
Los Angeles, CA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 18, 2010


CHDC’s Sinikka Crosland has joined WFLF Humanion Films production of Saving America's Horses - A Nation Betrayed as an Advisory Board Member!

Animals have been a life-long passion for Sinikka Crosland, Executive Director for the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition and President and Co-founder of B.C.-based TRACS (The Responsible Animal Care Society). At age five, when a wounded deer bolted by the window of her country home, she announced to her family that it was wrong to hurt other living beings. She proceeded to bring home stray cats, injured birds, and other animals in need of help. These pursuits then set the stage for the work she does today in the field of animal and environmental protection. A registered nurse, she eventually left that career in order to strive for the advancement of animal welfare. Sinikka lives in Westbank, B.C., with her husband Jim and a menagerie of non-human family members. She has two grown children, Kyle and Carmen.

Check out the brand new “Message from the Filmmaker”! Also watch the Preview Trailer for SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES A NATION BETRAYED on the official film website and also on YouTube.

SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES A NATION BETRAYED depicts a country divided and inspires great hope for the protection of all horses and burros.

Production has also released a Series of Sneak Peeks which are available for viewing on the official film website and also on the Saving America’s Horses Channel at YouTube. Check out Film Sneak Peeks HERE!

Supporters are requested to tell their friends and family about SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES A NATION BETRAYED. Donations are greatly needed to bring this film to completion.
Please support this film and help us to save America's equines. “We are their voice and they need to be heard” – Katia Louise

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