Friends of Sound Horses (FOSH) is pleased to announce that the audio proceedings of the entire third Sound Horse Conference are available at the Conference website: www.soundhorseconference.com
Multiple panels and workshops at the Conference included officials from the USDA, expert attorneys, research and practicing veterinarians, horse industry organization (HIO) representatives, experienced judges, sound horse trainers, farriers and influential industry leaders. Question and answer sessions from the audience take place following each panels’ discussion.
The Sound Horse Conference was held November 5 and 6 in Louisville, KY. The purpose of the Sound Horse Conference is to end soring. Soring is the illegal and cruel practice of using chemical and mechanical methods to create pain in a gaited show horse’s front feet to exaggerate their animated step, most prevalent in Tennessee Walking Horses.
For more information about FOSH, visit www.fosh.info or call 1-800-651-7993.