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Horse and Carriage Association
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Stephen Malone is the ...
Stephen Malone is the spokesperson for the Horse and Carriage Association and took over the World Famous Central Park Horse Carriage Rides from his father Pat, who swapped Newry for New York in 1963.
However, Stephen Malone
is leading the campaign to thwart the mayor's plans and argued that, rather than suffering, the horses enjoyed working and were very well looked after.
said: "A lot of these horses come from very, very bad backgrounds and are rescued from very abusive situations.
This is not an abusive situation."
has received support from the area is father was born.
Pat Malone worked in Magills Forge at Cloghogue Bridge with his brothers Bernie, Hughie and Stephen
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Last year at ClipClop, Horse and Carriage Association President, Stephen Malone, retired Paddy, his co-worker for 12 years, to Blue Star Equiculture.
Paddy was the first official retiree of the NYC carriage horse retirement program.
Since then, several more NYC carriage horses have retired to Blue Star Equiculture and have found adoptive homes.
Paddy continues to serve as an ambassador for carriage horses and working horses everywhere; he keeps active in retirement teaching beginners how to harness and drive a horse.
Stephen Malone, a carriage ...
Stephen Malone, a carriage operator and Horse and Carriage Association spokesman, said the industry hopes to win over de Blasio and hopes the ban never happens.
"We look forward to working with the mayor all year on any concerns he
may have," he
Stephen Malone, a ...
Stephen Malone, a second-generation carriage operator and spokesman for the Horse and Carriage Association, said three horses have died in traffic over the course of three decades.
Horses are injured, but activists have "utopian standards," he said.
"There won't be any compromise," said ...
"There won't be any compromise," said Steven Malone, spokesman for the Horse and Carriage Association of New York.