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Equine Health Blog

Legislation that would prevent the soring of Tennessee Walking Horses, Racking Horses, and Spotted Saddle Horses has been reintroduced in the House. Similar legislation was introduced in the Senate earlier this year. Click here for more info from the American Horse Council.

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Bills have been introduced in the US Congress that would allow a state or federally recognized Indian tribe to assume all management and protection functions of wild horses and burros within its borders. Click here for more info from the American Horse Council.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For additional information, contact: Abby Gates
Equine Land Conservation Resource Phone: 859-455-8383
Email: agates@elcr.org www.ELCR.org

ELCR Teams Up with TL! On Respected Access is Open Access Campaign Targeting Equine Community

Published in Trails & Greenways

Please click on the link below to take a survey regarding slaughter of horses for human consumption

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This article from the UMD Ag Law blog covers the state laws governing open burning. Be sure to check your local city or county laws as well.

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The US Senate Finance Committee has reported out legislation that contains a number of provisions favorable to horse owners and equine businesses. Click here for more details from the American Horse Council.

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A third bill has been introduced in this Congress to regulate racing at the federal level. Click here for more info.

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Equine Issues up on Capitol Hill

Posted by The Equiery

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