Get ready for the annual horse racing public relations campaign known as the Kentucky Derby. Viewers of the world’s most famous televised race will hear trainers, owners and jockeys proclaim their love for the horses who might bring them a pot of money and a few days in the spotlight.

But in December, PETA revealed that 2006 Kentucky Derby runner Private Vow was slaughtered in 2020 in South Korea for meat for human consumption. Some of his remaining body parts were processed into dog food or oil for cosmetics.