“After he saw what a mixed up horse Revolution was, Larry considered not taking Revolution out of practicality. His wife, Christy, convinced Larry that there was something special in Revolution’s eye. She told me, ‘You could see his soul. He needed help.'” (more…)
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 HSUS and the HSLF, which are taking further steps to end soring in the TWH show world.
Every Friday, Horse Nation teams up with Ovation Riding to share some good news in the horse world: spotlighting an organization or individual doing good work, or developments that will improve life for horses.
Marty Irby of Animal Wellness Action details how close we finally are to passing legislation that would end the abusive practice of soring Tennessee Walking Horses for good — a practice that’s managed to survive for decades.
The Prevent All Soring Tactics, or PAST, Act was reintroduced yesterday in the House of Representatives, and if passed, would strengthen USDA regulations regarding the act of soring Tennessee Walking Horses for exaggerated gaits.
Candace Wade attended the February 3 clinic put on by the USDA and SHOW, a Tennessee Walking Horse organization, which was intended to help improve Horse Protection Act compliance. Here’s what she learned.
The Prevent All Soring Tactics Act (or PAST Act) was reintroduced in Congress at the end of March. We’ve got the scoop on how this bill could crack down on soring in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry.
“Pete,” along with a support crew headed by owner Lisa Murray is shattering breed stereotypes about what Tennessee Walking Horses can accomplish — and he’ll be in the spotlight again this year as a new Breyer model!