Loyd Hall Black, Jr., Appointed to American Horse Council Animal Welfare Committee


Lewisburg, TN - Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association Member At Large By Laws Vice President Loyd Hall ‘Buster’ Black, Jr., was recently appointed to the American Horse Council Animal Welfare Committee. Active with the American Horse Council for several years, Black, who is an attorney specializing in equine law and equine regulation, was selected for this appointment based on his knowledge, experience and commitment to the sound horse and to the goals of the American Horse Council. He has recently completed a two year term as chairman of the Coalition of State Horse Councils of the American Horse Council.


Founded in 1969, the American Horse Council (AHC) is the national organization representing all segments of the horse industry in Washington, DC. It is member supported by approximately 160 organizations and 1,200 individuals representing every facet of the horse world. The AHC has seven committees, of which Animal Welfare is one, that are looked to for expertise and advice on issues faced by the horse industry. The mission of the AHC is to ensure that the industry works together in Washington to accomplish the ultimate goal of “Keeping Opportunities Open” for all segments of the horse industry.




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