Recently I met a person at a social event who knows a lot about the soring of Tennessee Walking Horses. He is not a sorer himself, far from it. I told him I write about it, a blog and fiction. I paused, hoping he … Continue reading
In the January 13, 2017 issue of USA Today, everyone who loves horses and cares what happens to them was heartened to see this headline: “USDA Announces Strict Changes to End Soring of Tennessee Walking Horses.” The struggle to end … Continue reading
I always like to mention people in the forefront of the struggle to put soring out of business. Today I’d like to mention Clant Seay, in his regular life a lawyer in Mississippi. He became outraged when he saw people making money … Continue reading
Came upon http://stopsoring.com and was thrilled by the good news wrap-up there. A meticulous record of articles and actions that will give your day a boost!
Mr. Seay’s bold and vigorous campaign has resulted in many people signing petitions to stop soring. It’s exactly what other campaigns have lacked, that is, involving as many people as possible and giving them access to vote on the burning … Continue reading