Written by JADED MARE
Umm, Tuesday’s Horse gets emails from time to time complaining about me, saying I am a “mare” and a very “jaded” one at that. Heck yeah!
Seems people think I see a pro-horse slaughter whore behind every bush, and am linking all kinds of innocent people together with the bad ones, and don’t call people ugly names like whore and pimp and stuff.
Well, for those of you who think the American Horse[haters] Council is pro-horse, guess again. Just like the AQHA don’t look too partial to Quarter Horses to me, cos they keep wanting to kill them over and over for people to eat anywhere.
A slightly old AQHA press release (from Feb 9):
Cam Foreman Named Chair of AHC Horse Show Committee
The American Quarter Horse Journal, February 9, 2009 — AQHA’s Cam Foreman has been appointed chair of the American Horse Council Horse Show Committee. The AHC’s Horse Show Committee includes representatives of various AHC organizations in the horse show community and advises the AHC Board of Trustees on national issues important to horse shows, trainers and exhibitors.
Foreman is currently the Executive Director of Shows and Regional Services for the American Quarter Horse Association.
He oversees the shows, amateur, professional horsemen, international, drug testing, and regional services departments of AQHA. He also serves as General Manager of the AQHA World Championship Show, Ford AQHYA World Championship Show, and the AQHA Bayer Select World Championship Show.
Wow, even nicer.
“I am very happy to be asked to chair this AHC committee,” said Foreman. “There are a lot of federal legislative and regulatory issues facing the showing industry that we need to be aware of and involved in.”
What kind of legislation is pending on how and where you show your pretty Quarter Horse? Just asking.
Oh, look where else they’re all incestuous and stuff, and not just with the QH pro-slaughter pimps. There are others.
Other committees that currently advise the AHC are the Animal Welfare Committee, the Health and Regulatory Committee, the Racing Advisory Committee, the Recreation Committee and the State Horse Council Committee. As a whole, these committees collaborate with the AHC to pursue legislation that is in the best interest of the horse industry.
Ugh, there’s blood all over that, horses’ blood. Course, they aren’t pretending, to be like, pro-horse — just pro-horse industry. That’s fair, right? Not much to the horse, without which they would have no fricking industry to make them wads of cashola. Who cares, they can just make more and more and more horses, all the time, with nobody to stop them. Well, not yet.
That makes me feel all sick and icky. I added that bold on there by the way. Going to rinse off now.