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StopSoring - Erin Wiley English 101/14 Stop Soring For many...

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1Erin Wiley December 12, 2006 English 101/14 Stop Soring For many, soring is just a way to make money. While others try to end soring, for the well being of the horse. Soring is the application of chemical or mechanical irratants to help enhance a horses gait. Mostly Trainers and owners sore their horses. This is mainly done for the money. The types of soring include chemical and mechanical. Chemical soring involves applying mustard oil, fuel oil, petroleum products and occasionally salicylic acid. Mechanical soring on the other hand involves pressure shoeing road foundering. Both of which are just as painful as chemical soring. In the walking horse industry there are performance walking horses and pleasure walking horses. Although both types of walking horses can be reduced to this kind of cruelty, performance walking horses are more likely to be sored. Soring is one of the most inhumane treatment to horses that there is. Soring should be more strict. The government should step in and take a tighter hold on things and a harsher punishment should be set in place.
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