Although focused primarily on horse health, care and training, EQUUS explores a broad range of topics related to horses and horse sports, including in-depth articles about the causes of racetrack breakdowns, the reasons behind recent fatalities in eventing and the fight to end the practice of soring at Tennessee Walking Horse shows.
What does TWH stand for?
TWH stands for Tennessee Walking Horse
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Soring, illegal for more than 40 years in this country, is the harmful act of intentionally inflicting pain on Tennessee Walking Horses and other gaited breeds through the use of chemical and physical means, such as hard acrylic wedged in between a horse's shoe pads and sole, the application irritants like kerosene or cinnamon oil, or overly tight metal hoof bands.
One undercover video captured farm workers burning the ankles of Tennessee walking horses with chemicals, according to a report in the New York Times published this April.
When he was only 11 years old, the family bought him a red Tennessee walking horse that he named Prince.
In the meantime, she continued her journey on an Appaloosa and a Tennessee walking horse.
Calvin Galliano of Mendecino was thrown from his horse, a 7-year-old Tennessee walking horse named Whiskey, early Monday near the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, according to Los Angeles County Animal Control Officer Michael Blake.
Ask Katrina Duncan, a house-sitter turned lifeguard after Ace, a Tennessee walking horse, plunged through the plastic covering into the deep end of a pool.
HSUS), says that "billions of dollars" were invested by speculators and, when the tax laws changed, the value of high-line animals - everything from racing Arabians to Tennessee Walking Horses - plunged overnight.