Born in 2005, at the prestigious Claiborne Farms of the Blue grass region of Kentucky, Freedoms Flight was destined to fill the shoes of his famous great, great grandfather and America’s legendary racehorse, Secretariat.
In 2014 ARM made it’s first appearance at the Nation’s largest animal rights conference in Los Angeles, organized by FARM ACT. The organization presented twice on topics of animal sacrifice and underground horse meat trade. These were topics that were met with record attendants and standing ovations. ARM also staffed an exhibition booth for the conference where people were able to meet the team of investigators and learn more about the extreme animal cruelty crimes that the organization investigates.
Due to such a large level of success, ARM returned to the annual animal rights conference in 2015 as a sponsor and presented three topics on the worlds largest animal sacrifice festival of Gadhami (Nepal), enforcing protective laws and how the organization conducts it’s investigations and animal rescue and the impacts that it is having.
Aussie, like the many animals that wound up on an illegal animal slaughter farm in AREA 97 of Hialeah, Fl, was destined for a torturous death until ARM stepped up in November of 2011.
Epic’s life began as a wild mustang in Warm Springs, Oregon until she was forced into a life of suffering as she was rounded up by The Department of the Interior’s BLM in 2001. Epic was confined to a holding pen with little shade, water or food.