Show cites Ky. state senator after finding evidence of possible soring

01/13/2013 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Tennessee Walking Horse enthusiast and Kentucky state Sen. Robin Webb has been cited for allegedly violating the Horse Protection Act after two of her horses were found to have scars that may have been caused by soring. Webb denied having any involvement with soring. She has opposed a bill that calls for banning pads, chains and other "action devices" that can be used in soring horses. The AVMA has supported such a ban.

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