Cross-posted from the Shelbyville Times-Gazette
Written by BRIAN MOSELY
Sentencing has been delayed until the end of next month for two people who have admitted their guilt in a federal horse soring case.
Jeffery Bradford, 33, of Lewisburg, and Christen Altman, 25, of Shelbyville will now be sentenced on Feb. 27 instead of the original date of Feb. 13, according to an order by U.S. District Judge Harry S. Mattice Jr. Continue reading at www.t-g.com >>
WHAT IS SORING?
SORING is the process of putting acidic products and irritating chemicals on a horse’s legs that cause pain so the horse will lift his legs higher for more action.
It also includes pressure shoeing, which contains methods of causing pain to the bottom of the horse’s feet through mechanical means, again so the horse will lift his legs higher.
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