Saturday, February 16, 2008

From the Archives: A Visitor's Account (2007)

"I was leaving Central Park with my family when we noticed a horse drawn carriage at the light. When the horse started walking it was limping. We got the driver's attention, he looked over thinking we wanted to hire him. I told him his horse was hurt and he looked away and continued down the street. It was obvious he didn't care. He would lose money if he had to park the horse. This is a highly abusive situation."
Read the full commentary from Otis11 (12.17.07) on his visit to Manhattan
Read the Newsweek article "Tradition or Cruelty?" (2007)

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