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Bridle-Free Wedding Ceremony in Central Park

Written by PETA | September 3, 2009

When it came time to plan their NYC wedding, Kelly Respess and Paul Kercheval knew that there was one thing that wasn’t going to be a part of their special day—a horse-drawn carriage ride. In fact, they decided to take the opportunity to educate other lovebirds about how unromantic it is to be hauled around Central Park by a tired, abused horse.

 

Together, for better and for horses
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No horses (or chickens or cows) were harmed in the making of the wedding cake.
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Everything from the cake to the decoration said “neigh” to horse abuse, and leaflets describing horse-drawn carriage horrors were distributed to wedding guests as well as to tourists and reporters.

When the ceremony was over, the happy couple rode off in a classic, classy convertible.

 

Kelly and Paul celebrate life and love …
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Written by Karin Bennett

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