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Mar 14, 2018


Kathy Guillermo, PETA Sr.Vice President talks about a landmark lawsuit filed in New Jersey that questions the fairness when betters aren't told horses are drugged. Guillermo says it could bring about change far sooner than even the groundbreaking investigations conducted by PETA. 

She says every day 3 horses on U.S. racetracks and much of it is due to infirm horses who are drugged and sent out to race when they are not fit to run.

Guillermo is married to podcast host Emil Guillermo.

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