Denise Parsons, from Boyds, Md., uses a fan to cool off her horse Benny during a rally on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 18, 2014, to help support Rep. Ed Whitfield, R-Ky., in passing a bill to ban the practice of “soring” for training and competitions.
Denise Parsons, from Boyds, Md., uses a fan to cool off her horse Benny during a rally on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 18, 2014, to help support Rep. Ed Whitfield, R-Ky., in passing a bill to ban the practice of “soring” for training and competitions. Keith Lane MCT
Denise Parsons, from Boyds, Md., uses a fan to cool off her horse Benny during a rally on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 18, 2014, to help support Rep. Ed Whitfield, R-Ky., in passing a bill to ban the practice of “soring” for training and competitions. Keith Lane MCT

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