Tennessee walking horse

  1. a horse marked by stamina and trained to move at a fast running walk
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  • The USDA's Horse Protection Program is meant to protect these wonderful animals, ensuring that Tennessee Walking Horses are not subjected to the abusive practice of "soring" -- the intentional infliction of pain to a horse's legs or hooves in order to force an artificial, exaggerated gait. Wayne Pacelle: Federal Audit Finds Rampant Abuses of Show Horses; Agency Reform Promised
  • To enforce the Horse Protection Act, enacted to halt the widespread and abusive practice of "soring" -- where intense pain is deliberately inflicted on show horses 'legs and hooves to make them step higher in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry -- the federal government invests a measly $500,000. Wayne Pacelle: Pork Industry Bailout Request Full of Fat
  • soring" of Tennessee walking horses -- the intentional infliction of pain to a horse's feet, using caustic chemicals and metal chains, which produces an exaggerated, high stepping gait. Michael Markarian: Investing in the Animals' Future, and Our Own
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