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Liam Neeson writes editorial on carriage horses

Actor Liam Neeson is again speaking out against New York City’s plan to ban horse-drawn carriages. In an editorial in the NY Times on Tuesday, Neeson says he sees the proposal “as a class issue” that threatens the livelihoods of carriage drivers and stable hands. Neeson again appealed to Mayor Bill de Blasio to visit the stables […]

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March 31: Religious freedom, Chris Christie and carriage horses

Manhattan: Re “Religious Freedom First” (Editorial, March 27): I speak for the 70% of Americans who believe that women should be able to make reproductive health-care decisions without interference from politicians or our bosses in voicing my displeasure at the Daily News supporting Hobby Lobby in the case before the Supreme Court.      Knicks Nation […]

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Liam Neeson blasts Mayor de Blasio for skipping carriage horse stable tour

Liam Neeson blasts Mayor de Blasio for skipping carriage horse stable tour … Julia Xanthos/New York Daily News. Liam Neeson (center) paid a visit Sunday to the Clinton Park Stables on W. 52nd St. to advocate for keeping horse carriages in New York City. "These horses are well cared for," said Neeson, who has become […]

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‘He should have manned up and come’: Liam Neeson blasts Mayor de Blasio for skipping carriage horse stable tour

Actor Liam Neeson who hosted a dozen City Council members Sunday at the stables that house Central Park carriage horses showed some unbridled anger at Mayor de Blasio’s absence.      New York News – NY Daily News

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NYC horse carriage ban

The Mayor has made up his mind on horse-drawn carriages in the city. Officials at City Hall have been debating on a ban for a while, but Mayor De-Blasio has confirmed he will make a push to ban the multi-million-dollar a year industry forever.  WNYW – Local News

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NYC carriage drivers say electric cars not like horses

NYC carriage drivers say electric cars not like horses NEW YORK — Colm McKeever drove his first horse-drawn carriage around Central Park in June 1989. The ride was with a couple from California who had gotten engaged on a carriage in New York City and returned each year on their anniversary to … Read more on […]

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Keep New York's beloved carriage rides

Keep New York's beloved carriage rides The iconic carriage industry is a big part of what makes New York special. We are a gateway to enjoying the city, providing a slow-paced tour of Central Park, the greatest park in the world. We carry visitors from all over, providing them with a memory … Read more […]

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Some horse sense from the L.E.S. on carriage horses

BY CLAYTON PATTERSON  |  Mayor Blasio says he is going to get rid of carriage horses in New York City, specifically singling out the horse-drawn carriages in Central Park. “We are going to get rid of the horse carriages. Period,” de Blasio said. “They are not humane, they are not appropriate for the year 2014. […]

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The writer around age 5, with Alex Bull, on the Saracee Reservation.

Some horse sense from the L.E.S. on carriage horses

The writer around age 5, with Alex Bull, on the Saracee Reservation. BY CLAYTON PATTERSON  |  Mayor Blasio says he is going to get rid of carriage horses in New York City, specifically singling out the horse-drawn carriages in Central Park. “We are going to get rid of the horse carriages. Period,” de Blasio said. […]

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New York City's strange political brawl over carriage horses

New York City's strange political brawl over carriage horses By ELIZABETH TITUS | 12/27/13 4:59 AM EST. NEW YORK — A political battle is raging here over an iconic mode of transportation you might have used if you visited the city this winter: not the subway or yellow cabs, but Central Park's horse-drawn carriages. Read […]

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De Blasio Headlines Fund-Raiser for Anti-Horse Carriage Group

Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio tonight headlined a fund-raiser for the anti-horse carriage group NYCLASS and doubled down on his vow to ban the carriages after he takes office in January. Members of the press were barred by the group from entering the small event, held in the lobby of the Hippodrome Building in Midtown, and […]

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De Blasio hedges on carriage ban after union nod

Whoa there! A month after gaining the endorsement of the powerful union that supports carriage drivers, Democratic candidate for mayor Bill de Blasio is pulling back the reins on a… Metro | New York Post

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Mugger targets woman pushing baby carriage in New York City

A mother is speaking out after she fought off an attacker with a bike pump in Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights. New York City news from Eyewitness News on WABC-TV’s 7online.com

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Horse’s legs pinned after carriage crash in Manhattan

The driver of a horse-drawn carriage lost control of the horse on 8th Avenue between 57th and 58th streets. New York City news from Eyewitness News on WABC-TV’s 7online.com

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Photo: Spooked Horse Knocks Carriage Into Midtown Traffic

Photo: Spooked Horse Knocks Carriage Into Midtown Traffic

Could this be the final nail in the Carriage Horse coffin? One of the beleaguered beasts apparently became spooked during this morning’s commute, knocking his adjoining carriage into traffic on 8th Avenue between 57th and 58th streets. [ more › ]      Gothamist

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