The use of horse-drawn carriages in the city is turning out to be a big issue in New York City’s mayoral race with candidates on both sides debating over whether or not they should be banned.Read more
For decades, horse-drawn carriages have been lined up around Central Park ready to take tourists and New Yorkers through one of the most magnificent places on Earth, Central Park.Read more
New York, NY - Since the 1950’s, horse drawn carriages have been lined up ready to take tourists on a tour through one of the most magnificent places on earth, Central Park. What in theory looks like a wonderfully romantic experience, is in fact one of the largest instances of animal cruelty and is an old antiquated form of tourism.Read more
The long-standing debate over Central Park carriage horses looks like it's made its way to the mayoral election: Mayoral hopeful Bill de Blasio says he'll ban carriage horses on his first day in office if elected, and his supporters have made a big ad buy blasting fellow candidate Speaker Christine Quinn for supporting the controversial practice.Read more
As a political issue, it has legs. Four legs.
A surprising flash point — animal rights — has erupted in the early weeks of the race for New York City mayor, complete with boldface endorsers, voluble protests, and a generously financed attack ad.Read more
Horse-drawn carriages, the type that carry first dates and tourists through Central Park, aren't exactly a common sight on Staten Island -- besides maybe for an over-the-top wedding -- but the horses pulling them have some allies in the borough.Read more
A New York City animal-rights organization wants Christine Quinn to make like a tree and get outta here.Read more
Darth Vader, Biff Tannen And Other Famous Bullies ‘Support’ Christine Quinn In Animal-Rights Group’s Satirical Meme Campaign
A New York City animal-rights organization wants Christine Quinn to make like a tree and get outta here.