Text: S.Res.191 — 101st Congress (1989-1990)All Information (Except Text)

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S. Res. 191
In the Senate of the United States,
October 5 (legislative day, September 18), 1989.
Whereas the American Morgan Horse is the only horse perpetuated as a breed
by the United States Government at a Government breeding farm for use by
the military;
Whereas the American Morgan Horse served in every major American war from
the 1800's through the 1940's and should be recognized for its contribution
to America like any other war hero;
Whereas the American Morgan Horse served as this country's early American
work horse, clearing the land, plowing the fields, and settling the West;
Whereas the American Morgan Horse is the progenitor of America's light
horse breeds and was used to contribute to the development of the American
Saddlebred horse, the Standardbred, and the American Quarterhorse;
Whereas the American Morgan Horse continues to serve the people of this country
in a variety of ways including farming, cattle ranching and recreation; and
Whereas the American Morgan Horse provides entertainment and sport to Americans
in all 50 States as well as foreign countries by means of trail and endurance
rides, carriage driving, showing, dressage, western riding, hunter/jumpers
and serving the handicapped riding programs: Now, therefore, be it
  Resolved, That the period commencing October 9, 1989, and ending October
  15, 1989, is designated as `National Morgan Horse Week', and the President
  is requested to issue a proclamation calling on the people of the United
  States to observe such period with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
Attest:
Secretary.
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