THETA, TN – Former Governor Winfield Dunn is a Tennessee Hero.
He is a prophet with honor in his Volunteer State of Tennessee and throughout America.
Unlike U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN), Governor Dunn is not “bought and paid for” by the irascible politically consumed Steve Smith.
With absolutely nothing to gain other than the satisfaction of taking the only right position on the issue of removing the pads and chains to end the pain and abuse of Tennessee Walking Horses, Governor Winfield Dunn has risen to the occasion and eloquently delivered the following message:
WINFIELD C. DUNN
107 Dunham Springs Lane
Nashville, TN 37205
July 24, 2014
Honorable Ed Whitfield, MC
U. S. House of Representatives
2184 Rayburn Building
Washington, D. C. 20515
Dear Congressman Whitfield:
I write this message to endorse and offer my support for your proposed legislation, HB 1518. You are due total gratitude from animal lovers and Walking Horse owners across our nation. As a former Governor of Tennessee and Walking Horse owner I fully appreciate your courage and commitment toward the breed and the magnificent animals which make it up.
Regrettably, past practices involving false pride and ambition have led us to a point where physical mistreatment and pain now characterize an industry and a pastime which Tennesseans and horse lovers everywhere have treasured over the years. The abuse and suffering which these innocent and loyal animals now experience every day must be brought to an end. I have made my feelings known to members of the Tennessee delegation.
I look forward to a day, very soon, when walking horse enthusiasts, both pleasure seekers and competitors, can enjoy the beauty and naturalness of the horse. Your efforts toward those goals will earn the gratitude of animal lovers everywhere. I congratulate you, wish you every success and stand ready to support you and others as you move forward.
If you have not already done so, please go to the link below and personally thank Governor Dunn for taking this stand for all Tennesseans and the magnificent Tennessee Walking Horse breed.
Radar says he could work for Winfield Dunn all day long.