QUOTE WALL
“Prevent A Rescue”

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Below are quotes used on this website and in other resources of ThoroughbredEd.

 “They come for the cause
and fall in love with the breed.” 

-ThoroughbredEd

“The greatness of humanity is not in
being human, but in being humane.”

-Mahatma Gandhi

“The greatest humane act is prevention
for it avoids the suffering a rescue had to endure.”

-Ken Lian, DVM, Co-founder

“Giving young horses a solid foundation during early training
can not only increase the dollar value of a horse, but it increases
the individual value of the horse’s mind and heart.”

Holly Webb, Friend of ThoroughbredEd
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Class 2021

“Purpose is doing a job with a passion
from within - The Thoroughbred Way.”

-Chelsea Fields, Volunteer Director

“The greatness of a nation can be judged
by the way its animals are treated.”

-Mahatma Gandhi

"Wouldn’t you like to stop the suffering of a rescue, 
prevent the need to rescue, and save lives?”

-Solution-Based Rescue

“Wouldn't every rescue organization
want to be put out of business?"

-Solution-Based Rescue

“My Vision is to replace a
Rescue Culture with a Prevention Culture."

-Bob Ferber, Board Member, Father of Solution-Based Rescue

"By combining our visions for the future of animal welfare, imagine the possibilities."
-Solution-Based Rescue

❝Language is the road map of a culture.
It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.❞"

-Rita Mae Brown

“The blue print to creating a new culture
includes a vocabulary that reflects its philosophy.”

-Solution-Based Rescue

The window to understanding a
cultures purpose is through its vocabulary.”

-Solution-Based Rescue

"The road map to effective solutions requires collaboration."
-Solution-Based Rescue

“The best place to find a helping hand
is at the end of your own arm.”

-Swedish Proverb

“At the point that you realize you have to save them, its already too late. 
In order to understand the problem, you must examine its evolution."

-Robin Gilliam, MS, Volunteer

“The goal of solution-based organizations is to
'Prevent Sad Eyes' of animals and humans." 

-Solution-Based Rescue

“With Solution-Based Rescue, there is
so much to learn and even more to consider.”

-Chanera Peck, Volunteer Director
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Class 2021

“For over four years, I watched individuals enter
 the barn as students and leave as leaders.”

-Tracy Wachbrit, Volunteer Director
The Virginia–Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2020

“Understanding animal behavior gets
you closer to being Dr. Doolittle.”

-Kekauilani Zukeran-Kerr (Kaui), Volunteer
Ross Veterinary School, Class 2020

"Creating a new culture is an architectural undertaking that
requires a new foundation and a creative and inspiring design."

-Solution-Based Rescue

“Language is the road map of a culture.
It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.”

-Rita Mae Brown

“Teaching compassion to children paves the way
for developing successful life skills."

Dani Zaffina, Volunteer

"It is amazing how different they
(Thoroughbred Ambassadors) treat me and the baby."

Jessica Engle, Friend of ThoroughbredEd

“Getting people there [the racetrack] to actually see the horses
(not just drink and gamble) is what illuminates their value.”

Linda Lauper, DVM, 
Classmate of ThoroughbredEd’s Co-Founders, Sheryl Fulop, DVM and Ken Lian, DVM

"Flow and design are key to streamlining your message."
Dakota Cooley, Friend of ThoroughbredEd