Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned
Hurricane Katrina created a disaster area that encompassed 90,000 square miles across five states. Rescuers worked for months to round up horses and other animals left behind in the evacuation.
Hurricane Katrina not only underscored the importance of making preparations long before disaster strikes, but also illustrated the potentially deadly impact of even minor oversights.
The editors of EQUUS magazine compiled the advice and insights from those who took part in the rescue efforts in hopes of helping horse owners everywhere.
Click here to download Lessons of Katrina from EQUUS magazine.