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“The animal was extremely distressed and visibly in pain,” AJC.com CHARLESTON, S.C. — A South Carolina carriage company has been accused of negligence after a woman saw a bleeding carriage horse with a detached horseshoe. “A horse was bleeding with a detached shoe … all...
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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...
Many horses enjoy some kind of activity to keep them going in their senior years – much like we humans do. What do you think about the methods used to encourage the horse? Be sure to comment on our website and on Facebook and Twitter!...
A ride through Central Park in a horse-drawn open carriage has long been popular with tourists who come to New York. Photograph: Adrees Latif/Corbis
Stress is only one of the factors that horses in NYC have to live with. Many horse advocates are concerned with carriage horses living conditions as well as traffic accidents and injuries that could happen. What do you think? ~ HfH You’re probably more stressed...
Stephanie Zuzworsky-Bennett
The carriage horses are still on the streets of New York City. Those against the use of horse drawn carriages say the horses suffer from pollution, poor working conditions and bad care. Those for the carriage rides feel it is a NYC institution and that...
Steve Nislick
In this article Steve Nislick, the wealthy real estate executive, defends his huge monetary backing on the issue of NY Central Horse Carriages. Many people have looked with askance at why he would want to end the traditional carriage rides. The land where the horse...
NYhorsecarriage
Some folks wanted the horses moved to just Central Park so they would be off the streets, where others wanted the horses retired all together. It looks like the latter will happen. Hopefully the horses will be given a decent retirement and not face kill...
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From: HamletHub By: Ardina Seward The battle to save New York City’s city’s carriage horse industry has reached the state Capitol. NYS State Assemblyman, J. Gary Pretlow has introduced legislation that would countermand New York Mayor, Bill de Blasio’s vow to ban the iconic horse...