AAWHA DECLARES VICTORY IN NORTH CAROLINA – NOW OVER 15,000 SIGNATURES ON N.C. PETITION – ‘BIG LICK’ HORSES ON THE WAY OUT – PAST ACT HAS MOMENTUM FOR VICTORY GOING INTO THE HOME STRETCH

RALEIGH, NC –  The All American Walking Horse Alliance  congratulates and commends  Sound Horse Advocate Michelle Disney’s courageous Change.org Petition To Cancel The (Big Lick) Performance Tennessee Walking Horses at the N.C. State Fair.

The number of Petition signatures is now over  15,000.

The  AAWHA’s  plea for the  North Carolina  Protest and Boycott  supporting Ms. Disney’s Petition has resulted in a resounding success for All Americans who want to see the end of the sore Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horse.

THE RALEIGH  –  NEWS & OBSERVER  –  NEWSPAPER

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The AAWHA call for the  North Carolina  protest and boycott  resulted in an outstanding victory for all Americans who want to see the elimination of  sore Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horse.

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The stage is now set for the passage of the  PAST ACT  when Congress returns to work after the  November 4, 2014  election.

The attention of  America and around the world is now focused on ending the sore Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horse once and for all so North Carolina protests will no longer be necessary.

And children will not have to ask their parents why people are hurting the horses.

In 14 days on November 4, 2014,    Americans go to the Polls will decide  if the Democrats will retain the majority in the U. S. Senate.

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Following the election,  the 113th Congress will become lame duck.

North Carolina,  a Southern State, has shown that its citizens reject the Big Lick Tennessee Walking Show Horse. The number of persons associated with the N.C. State Fair Horse Show who have Horse Protection Act Violation Citations is embarrassing to the State of North Carolina.  The Agriculture Commissioner has promised a review before the 2015 N.C. State Fair.

The majority of the N.C. U.S. Representatives now co-sponsor the PAST ACT,  along with       U. S. Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC).

U.S. SENATOR KAY HAGAN (D-NC)

U.S. SENATOR KAY HAGAN (D-NC)

Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) was considering co-sponsoring before the outcry over the soring at the N. C. State Fair.  It will be interesting to see what he decides after the outpouring against the sore Big Lick at the N. C. State Fair.

U. S. SENATOR RICHARD BURR (R-NC)

U. S. SENATOR RICHARD BURR (R-NC)

Nephew Eugene says that after the overwhelming protest in North Carolina that the momentum is there to carry the PAST ACT to victory.

Radar says Amen.

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