Horse tripping originated in Mexican rodeos called charreadas. Some American have taken a liking to it and added this gruesome and deadly spectacle to its horror shows.
In alphabetical order with links to laws and statutes.
AZ Rev § 13-2910.09
See also http://goo.gl/FB0OpN at 5.
CA Penal Code § 597g
FL Statute § 828.1
510 ILCS 70/5.01
See also http://goo.gl/fFt3KE
KS ST Art. 64 § 21-6142 (4)
7 MRS § 3972.1.F
NRS § 54-911
NRS 574.100 § 5(a), 5(b) and NRS 244.359
http://goo.gl/ru3KUy and http://goo.gl/rzXBAF
NM State Statute § 30-18-11
http://goo.gl/gKPFgu; See also http://goo.gl/szIX3q
OK State Statute 21 § 1700
Oregon (Effective Jan. 1, 2014)
RI General Laws § 4-20-4
TX Penal Code, Title 9, Chapter 42 – § 42.09
(a)( 8); (c)( 6); and (f)
States Needing a Law Against Horse Tripping
• Utah Update — House Bill 261 fails. See Deseret News » See also “Lawmakers back off horse-tripping ban” at KSL.com »
• Virginia — Anti Horse Tripping law poised to pass in Virginia; awaiting Governor’s signature. See NY Times »
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Last Updated 16 Nov 19