It's time for Walking Horse industry to take action

06/10/2013 | (Tenn.)

Without real change, the Tennessee Walking Horse industry will continue to face criticism from a fed-up public as well as veterinary groups, writes columnist Roy Exum, who notes that although a Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' and Exhibitors' Association committee expressed support for an effort to toughen the Horse Protection Act, that support didn't extend to the board of directors. The Whitfield Amendment would outlaw devices including pads used in the soring of horses and make horse abuse a felony.

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