I think that anyone can make a difference when it comes to backyard breeding. We have so many unwanted horses, and so many heading for a nice career to the slaughter house. (That was sarcastic)
Unfortunately it all leads to an overpopulation of horses.
I started a website where anyone can download a PDF file and print it off. It's an article written for backyard breeders. It talks about horses in the sence of money because that's the only language they understand.
I grew up on a farm that bred backyard babies. Every time I think about it it makes me feel sick. I'm wondering how many actually survived after going to the auction. It's really not the life I want for any future horse. To be neglected is worse than slaughter, at least in slaughter the horse dies instantly, but to be an unwanted horse will be a slow painful death. It's not the life a horse should live.
Please take a look, if you have any comments on how I could improve the article, how to make it more convincing, please e-mail your comments or post right here! :)