Video – Public Joins ‘Big Lick’ Fight

Throughout the United States, Americans no longer want to go to events where horses are systematically tortured. As Roy Exum points out, fewer and fewer cities and states will even allow “Big Lick” events. Now they must go to one of the last hold outs- the state of Tennessee. It is past time to put this type of event into the past. ~ HfH

From: The Chattanoogan
By: Roy Exum

Roy Exum

Roy Exum

It is over 400 miles from the Gulf of Mexico to Columbia, Tn., so if you are wondering why the “Gulf Coast Charity Celebration” horse show will be held in the Tennessee town April 24-25, it is because the home of the Tennessee Walking Horse is about the last state in the union that will put up with the hideous soring that accompanies the despicable “Big Lick” segment of the walking-horse industry.

“The Gulf Coast Charity Celebration,” which has attracted the most repugnant trainers in the past, had been held in Panama City, Fla., but, because of mounting public disdain and the resulting non-attendance, the Panama City show went belly up. Let’s face it: the “Big Lick” has been exposed as flat-out animal abuse.


It is over 400 miles from the Gulf of Mexico to Columbia, Tn., so if you are wondering why the “Gulf Coast Charity Celebration” horse show will be held in the Tennessee town April 24-25, it is because the home of the Tennessee Walking Horse is about the last state in the union that will put up with the hideous soring that accompanies the despicable “Big Lick” segment of the walking-horse industry.

“The Gulf Coast Charity Celebration,” which has attracted the most repugnant trainers in the past, had been held in Panama City, Fla., but, because of mounting public disdain and the resulting non-attendance, the Panama City show went belly up. Let’s face it: the “Big Lick” has been exposed as flat-out animal abuse.

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