In July of 2012, ARM Investigators initiated the first steps on infiltrating the underground world of fighting stallions in Mexico.

Our preliminary investigation has traced leads to several southern California racetracks where employees of the tracks have been involved in transporting ex thoroughbred racehorses over the border into greater Tijuana, Mexico and selling them to the underground horse meat trade and backyard butcher shops. Before going to slaughter, many of the registered racehorse stallions are being paired up against one another and put into a ring, similar to dog and cock fighting. Forced into bloody battles, the stallions fight to the death whilst spectators bet money on which stallion will make the kill.

In 2012-2013, ARM will be entering Mexico and will expose the soaring profit industry of stallion fighting.