USDA Public Meeting Sacramento – Help STOP Horse Abuse

Attention Californians!

Our president  Tawnee Preisner ‘s speech at the Murfreesboro Tennessee USDA’s public meeting on August 9th.   To watch her speech – Click Here

Tennessee Walking Horses are being abused and you can help put an end to that abuse. The USDA has finally taken a stand to put an end to the chains and stack / padded shoes the Tennessee Walkers wear in order to get the artificial gait (big lick) that the judges give the ribbons for. These horse’s lower legs are burned with caustic chemicals, then metal chains are placed around the horse’s lower legs so the horses will raise their feet even higher for the artificial gait.

The USDA Proposes New Regulations to Combat Horse Soring and we all need to back them and show our support on this very important matter.

If you have never heard about this abuse before, please watch this ABC Nightline news clip – Click Here

Please go to this USDA public meeting and show your support for the USDA proposal for new regulations to stop this abuse.

Go to this meeting and be the voice for these abused horses or just go and show your support.

For more information and to register to be at the public meeting – Click Here

When and Where:
Tuesday, August 16 at 9 AM – 1 PM in PDT

Courtyard Sacramento Airport Natomas
2101 River Plaza Dr, Sacramento, California 95833

If you are going to this public meeting or would like to follow what happens, please go to our event page we have made to help get the word out about this meeting – Click Here

Please share this link – – to any horse and animal groups on social media in California, help spread the word and hopefully the public meeting will be packed with advocates for the horses.