By Yuxing Zheng, The Oregonian 

April 16, 2013
SALEM -- The Oregon Senate on Tuesday voted to ban the practice of horse tripping while affirming the right to rodeo on the state.

Senate Bill 835 passed 22-6. The bill now heads to the House.

Horse tripping occurs at a small number of rodeos and involves the roping of a horse's feet, forcing it to trip and fall. Bill co-sponsor Sen. Mark Hass, D-Beaverton, called the practice "shocking and cruel." 

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