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BACK BAY FARM, LLC, Plaintiff v. ALLYSON COLLUCIO, d/b/a ASHMONT FARMS, Defendant.

Back Bay Farm, LLC ("Plaintiff") alleges that Allison Collucio d/b/a Ashmont Farms ("Defendant") knowingly used false and deceitful tactics when selling Plaintiff a hunter/jumper for $60,000....
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SOUTHERN SALES, INC., Plaintiff v. AMY P. MILES d/b/a MILESTONE FARM SALES AND MARKETING, INC. Defendant.

View the unpaid judgment against Amy P. Miles aka Amy Miles Hassinger of Hassinger Equine Service veterinarian for more than $20,000 that remains unpaid in North Carolina. ...
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JOHN R. NEAL AND LEA A. NEAL, PLAINTIFFS-APPELLEES, v. SJEF JANSSEN, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT.

The plaintiffs learned that the buyer had actually paid the defendant $480,000 for the dressage horse. Plaintiffs brought an action against defendant for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud....
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Lisa BURGESS and Jeff Burgess, Appellants, v. Judy TAYLOR, Appellee.

A Kentucky horse owner sued the defendants who promised to give her horses a good home, but instead sold them for slaughter, asserting intentional infliction of emotional distress....
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GEORGE LINDEMANN, JR., MARION HULICK AND CELLULAR FARMS INC., PLAINTIFF v. AMERICAN HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION, INC., DEFENDANT

The AHSA amended a rule to provide suspension or expulsion of any person indicted for any act of cruelty or abuse to a horse, including deliberately killing a horse. In 2004, 23 show horse owners, trainers, and riders wer...
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Christene L. Fancher v. Alta Benson and Jane Savoie.

Defendant Alta Benson of Georgia employed dressage trainer Jane Savoie of Vermont, as her agent to sell her mare with a known heart condition. Savoie told the Plaintiff that she had a horse that was not yet really "fit"...
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