A war has been declared in Central Park. Animal rights group W.A.R. gathers almost every Sunday on the South East corner of the park aggressively protesting what they believe to be a despicable industry: horse carriage tours.
Stephen Malone has been in the carriage horse industry his entire life, a business started by his father after emigrating from Ireland. He and his fellow drivers have come under increased pressure from animal rights but maintain that their claims are groundless.
Horse drawn carriages have long been a part of the New York City landscape, but anti-carriage activists are pushing for a new bill, Intro 81, that would ban them from the city all-together. If the bill is passed, what would this mean for the future of the park and the future of carriage drivers like Malone?
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