Soring causes pain to the feet and legs of horses by use of chemicals or pressure
to cause pain when they touch the ground, resulting in the horse picking its ...
Apr 28, 2015 ... Soring is the infliction of pain to force a horse to walk with an exaggerated,
unnatural gait in order to perform well in Tennessee walking horse ...
May 29, 2009 ... In the Tennessee Walking Horse Industry, it all comes down to one .... The entire
industry, soring, horse racing, sulky racing....even the Amish ...
SORING is a painful practice used to accentuate a horse's gait. This is
accomplished by irritating the forelegs through the injection or application of
chemicals or ...
Soring is the unethical and illegal practice of deliberately inflicting pain to
exaggerate ... motion of gaited horses (such as Tennessee Walking Horses,
Soring is deliberately causing pain on the front legs or feet of a horse to create an
exaggerated, high-stepping gait. Examples of the exaggerated, high-stepping ...
After a yearlong lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA's
) minimum penalty protocol for horse soring, S.H.O.W., a horse industry ...
I've been around horses since I was a kid. But when I was assigned a story about
the controversy surrounding soring, I knew I was entering a whole new world.
Aug 30, 2014 ... One banned practice is called "soring." Trainers make tiny cuts on a horse's
ankles and splash diesel fuel or mustard oil on them. The pain is ...
Jul 8, 2014 ... Unlike walking horses, American Saddlebreds are not routinely subjected to
soring and must pass legitimate soundness tests to compete.