Walking Horse Big Lick. Google image.

Protest the cruel abuse of Tennessee Walking Horses in Columbia, TN

CLANT SEAY | CITIZENS CAMPAIGN AGAINST “BIG LICK” ANIMAL CRUELTY (May 27, 2020) — The “Big Lick” has gotten the green light to hold the Columbia “Big Lick” Spring Jubilee Horse Show. It starts next week, and runs for three days — June 4, 5 and 6 — Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Citizens will peacefully assemble at the Maury County Park, and exercise their First Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution to free speech along the public roads in peacefully protesting “Big Lick” Animal Cruelty outside the Columbia Spring Jubilee Horse Show.

Citizens will take photos and make videos of the “Big Lick” Tennessee Walking Horses in the pubic park and provide them to news media and post them on the internet and social media,” states Mr. Clant Seay, who heads up these protests across the country wherever “Big Lick” is.

Protestors need to be on the side of the road (properly socially distanced) at the Maury County Park next week to let them know what they are doing is WRONG and ON THE WAY OUT.

"Big Lick" Animal Cruelty Protestors with Clant Seay.
“Big Lick” Animal Cruelty Protestors with Clant Seay.

“We do it for the horses who have no voice. We protest for them,” adds Seay. “The reason we are WINNING this war against this animal cruelty is that we are steadfast, and have stayed the course.”

“YOU have made everything possible and we have come too far to quit now. The “Big Lick” has not had a Show since last November, and they need to see us there next week.”

Contact Clant Seay via Facebook and let him know which day you can do, Friday or Saturday. Here is the Facebook Events Page »


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2 thoughts on “Protest the cruel abuse of Tennessee Walking Horses in Columbia, TN”

  1. Thank you for sharing your experience and bringing to light the darkness that is part of the Big Lick crime against these innocent horses. No matter how long we do horse protection work — and it’s 20 years now — we never get used to what we see. It is shocking every single time, especially when you are physically there and look into the horses’ eyes. Thank you again.

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  2. The Big Lick makes a tortured animal mistrust humans! I bought one years ago, a beautiful gelding who was a by-product of the showring in Tennessee. I was told by the seller that he had only spent his ten short years in three places – a showring, horse trailer, and stall. I was told he went from a $30,000 show horse to a trail horse in just a few months, and that when he had been purchased by the person in the auction, he was 5 inches taller due to those stacks. That was why when I tried to ride him all he did was trip over his own feet!! He barely knew how to walk like a normal horse. All that I explain is nothing compared to the atrocities I was told he endured. He was scarred bilaterally and had bleached hair behind his pasterns. He looked scared to death of me, the vet, and anyone who was around him for the first 2 years I owned and loved him. I thank all of the protestors who can physically be there to show their support of banning the Big Lick, the abuse of a wonderful, kind, innocent animal! Thank you again and again, and may this horrendous “walk of shame” end sooner than later!

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