Georgia on our minds

Greetings and welcome! This is just for you Georgians. However, if you don't live in Georgia, you don't need to wait until we call your State to take part. Please scroll down to the Take Action section. Georgians, the horses need more cosponsors from your State than just one, and possibly two. GEORGIA COSPONSORS Here's… Continue reading Georgia on our minds

H.R. 961 — Georgia and Hawaii

Call to Action — H.R. 961 Calling all residents of Georgia and Hawaii. Especially you Georgians! Let's get busy. Take action on behalf of horses and help get the cosponsors required to blast H.R. 961, The SAFE Act of 2019, out of Committee and onto the House Floor for debate and vote. When H.R. 961… Continue reading H.R. 961 — Georgia and Hawaii

House passes legislation creating Study Cmte on Horse Racing

Cross-posted from The Weekly Written by STAFF REPORTER ATLANTA, Ga. (April 20, 2011) – The Georgia House of Representatives passed House Resolution 643 on Thursday, April 14, 2011, with a vote of 157 to 7. Introduced by State Representative Harry Geisinger (R-Roswell), this legislation creates the House Study Committee on the Horse Racing Industry. “Expanding… Continue reading House passes legislation creating Study Cmte on Horse Racing

Jail for teen who shot mare with arrows

Cross-posted from Horsetalk Jeremy Ryan Richardson, 17, admitted the early-January attack on a mare named Misty at her home on Bankstown Road, in Fayette County, Georgia. The attack left the eight-year-old with terrible injuries, having been struck with four arrows. The severity of the attack meant Richardson was charged as an adult with felony aggravated… Continue reading Jail for teen who shot mare with arrows