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Hot heads over hot feet
Alice Higgins
June 13, 1960
A wild meeting in Tennessee ended in a close victory for the put-upon Walking Horse
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June 13, 1960

Hot Heads Over Hot Feet

A wild meeting in Tennessee ended in a close victory for the put-upon Walking Horse

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2) Officers will be elected for two years rather than one.

3) Responsibility henceforth will be placed where it rightfully belongs—on the horse owner. He can no longer claim he does not know about the condition of his horses. So where formerly a sore horse was merely disqualified, now the horse, the trainer and the owner can be disbarred.

"The gloves are off now," said John Amos. "We plan a rough-handed campaign against soring. Our changed bylaws give us the authority to act and punish. And we will."

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