Please sign this petition in support of the PAST Act, to end horse soring
There have been too many confusing stories in the news about soring. Its really simple… according to the Humane Society: “Soring involves the intentional infliction of pain to a horse’s legs or hooves in order to force the horse to perform an artificial, exaggerated gait. Caustic chemicals—blistering agents like mustard oil, diesel fuel, and kerosene—are applied to the horse’s limbs, causing extreme pain and suffering.” The Tennessee Walking Horse industry will survive and flourish. True trainers will take the time to use proper methods to train Tennessee Walking Horses to reach their full potential as show horses without soring.
Keith Dane, Vice President of the HSUS, has sent out a request for signatures to a petition in support of the PAST Act, to end horse soring. Please take a moment and click here to sign the petition.
Our Spring 2015 Fundraiser Campaign is going on! Support Habitat for Horses and perhaps win the chance to give a new name to one of our rescues to start their new life with!
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Help Willie Nelson win a People’s Telly Award for his video The Love of Horses and promote the good works of Habitat for Horses.
Learn more and watch the video at the top of our home page: Habitatforhorses.org.