"Today, Tennessee Walking Horses are known throughout the industry
as the breed that shows abused and tortured horses."

~ Jim Heird, Ph.D., Do Right By The Horse, February 2010

"If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity,
you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men."

~ St. Francis of Assisi

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Facebook Page Changed to Facebook Group

Due to some changes made to Facebook, I've had to change the FTTWH Facebook Page to a Facebook Group.  Facebook seems to have changed all pages so you can comment on them whether or not you like them.  So, after extensive research, the Facebook Group option was a much better choice for FTTWH.

To join the group, go to this link: For the Tennessee Walking Horse Group.  Click the Ask to Join Group button in the upper right corner.  Everyone will be allowed to join, and please take the time to read the rules for the page and about posting photographs in the Docs section.

Thanks again for your continued support, and see you on the new FTTWH Facebook Group!


Jerry Harris said...

Let me see her is a person that gets on a site that uses pictures that are as old or older than she is and makes a post about the HPA.
Every one in this industry knows that if every ticket the USDA gave went to court we would be in a law office 24-7 in stead of having horse shows like the ones we are having now.
I seen horses given a ticket for scar rule violation that no one even an AAEP Vet could find. Unilateral sore where no one but the VMO could find reason to give and as far as equipment violation which could be a band that has slipped up a little.
What I'm saying is fact with no fiction a lot of horses are turned down for one reaso or another just to keep horses from showing and as intimidation. Jerry Harris

For the Tennessee Walking Horse said...

The pictures are from 2002...if you don't want to believe me then contact the USDA. I hear the same excuses from everyone that the every horse that gets a ticket was sound. If you can prove those things by providing photographs and real evidence instead of hearsay, then I'd be happy to believe it. Otherwise, it's just another story to me. If these horses are sound, then show with NWHA, FOSH or the IWHA--they are proven to have very few sore horses in their show rings, and they are fair and honest.

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