As the embattled PAST Act continues its rounds in Congress, progress is till delayed. Animal Wellness Action’s Marty Irby offers his take on why more steps forward have not been taken. (more…)
“Allowing McConnell to return is a disgrace that has given both the Celebration and Governor Bill Lee, who attended the event on Saturday night, another black eye.” (more…)
The results of the Detecting Soreness in Horses Consensus Study Report are in. Candace Wade weighs in on the ramifications of this report for Tennessee Walking Horses and the PAST Act. (more…)
Clant Seay offers his support for the amended U.S. Senator Joseph Tydings Memorial PAST Act. (more…)
Keith Dane of the Humane Society of the United States expresses further concern regarding the proposed amendments to the PAST Act, especially in light of a report on detecting soring that is due to be released in 2021.
Monty Roberts and Marty Irby offer support for the newest revision of the PAST Act in this guest editorial. (more…)
As moves are made in Congress to modify and discuss the PAST Act (S. 1007), we’re here to bring you varying perspectives and updates. Today’s op-ed comes from Candace Wade, who feels strongly that the current compromise offers no protection for the horses. (more…)
Marty Irby of Animal Wellness Action reminds us of the importance of getting the PAST Act on the floor of the Senate for a vote.
Marty Irby of Animal Wellness Action issues a call to action to get legislation that would end the abusive practice of soring Tennessee Walking Horses for good passed in the Senate.
Every Friday, Horse Nation teams up with Ovation Riding to spotlight an individual or organization doing good work in the horse world. Today we recognize the Humane Society Legislative Fund.
The Nashville Metro Council shows its support for the PAST Act — on record.
In an historic vote, the House passes a bill to make horse “soring” a thing of the PAST.
False economic impact claims from Sen. Alexander and supported by Sen. Blackburn regarding the Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horses. (more…)