Update on Anti-Soring Campaign from Clant Seay

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

In Praise of Friends of Sound Horses

An announcement came through the other day about Friends of Sound Horses and its new partnership with the North American Western Dressage group. Their plans are exciting and you can look at www.fosh.com to see what will be offered to gaited … Continue reading

Their Proud Hoofs, He Trots the Air, and Cross of Gold Road

Several years ago, I was ensconced in my upstairs office tapping out my third volume in the Connie Holt Mystery Series. It was to be called Cross of Gold Road. This was my third book with my traditional publisher, and I was comfortable … Continue reading

Good News in 2014 Looks More Hopeful for Ending Soring

Often it seems that nothing gets accomplished in the ongoing fight against soring horses. The proposed 2013 PAST legislation (Prevent All Soring Tactics Act) may be a dead issue. Bringing people who sore horses to justice is often stymied by judges … Continue reading