Author:jfinch

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Some time around 35,000 years ago, when much of Europe was locked up in sheets of ice, an artist acquired a bit of mammoth ivory and began carving. A masterpiece emerged in the form of a two-inch-long horse. Its magnificently arched stallion's neck combines muscular...

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Vintage horse-drawn carriages have been an iconic sight around New York for more than 150 years. You’ve likely seen them on New York’s streets and in its parks — maybe you’ve even taken a ride. However, not everyone supports the tradition. Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed...

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A 45-year-old federal law to prevent the abuse of horses soon might include tougher language to elminate soring, a controversial training tactic that involves inflicting pain to the lower limbs of show horses to illicit an exaggerated, high-stepping gait known as the big lick. The Prevent...