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Coalition to Ban Horse Drawn Carriages Educational Demo


Please join the Coalition to Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages and concerned activists to protest the inhumane, cruel and abusive horse-drawn carriage trade.

Stand with us as we educate tourists and others not to take these rides.












Supporting the carriage trade is supporting  institutionalized cruelty. It is legal now, but its days are numbered.

Please speak out for the exploited carriage enslaved carriage horses.

We cannot do this without you.

WHEN: Saturday March 29th - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

WHERE: 59th St. & 5th Avenue, north side of Central Park South west of Fifth Avenue

Meet at the north side of Central Park South off Fifth Avenue.  We will supply posters and flyers but you are welcome to bring your own posters.

Please "Like" us Facebook - No Walk in the Park

Follow us on Twitter and sign our petition in support of the Avella/Rosenthal bill to ban horse-drawn carriages in NYC.


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  • Carla

    rain or shine ???

    March 28, 2014

    • Robert

      We'll be there. If the rain gets too heavy, we'll cut it short or wait it out over coffee.

      March 29, 2014

  • Genevieve

    If the carriages are banned the drivers will kill the horses. They are threatening to do so. Let the horses live!

    March 17, 2014

    • Robert

      The drivers have the horses slaughtered now when the horses are too old to work, injured or involved in a highly publicized accident. There are horse sanctuaries willing to take these horses. If you don't shut down this industry, how do you end the abuse?

      1 · March 17, 2014

    • Elizabeth F.

      Please read this article about a study i released last year - there has been a turnover of 529 horses in 7 1/2 years in the carriage trade. Most of those horses go to auction. People should be concerned with what happens to the horses NOW - and as Robert said - if you do not shut down the industry - how will you end the abuse? http://www.onegreenpl...­

      2 · March 17, 2014

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