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A Taxing Question: What Deductions Can You Take for Your Horse Hobbies and Businesses?

A Taxing Question: Your Horse Hobby and Business Deductions

Before taking those horse hobby expenses as deductions, you may want to consider the following factors, (since the Internal Revenue S...
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Archie Cox Challenges USEF’s GABA Science in Court

Archie Cox Challenges USEF’s GABA Science in Court

California hunter/jumper trainer Archibald (Archie) Cox, III, of Brookway Stables, and horse owner Meredith Mateo are challengi...
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Florida Horse Trainer Charged with Giving Minors Alcohol prior to Accident

Child's Riding Injury Stems from Alcohol, Horse Trainer's Negligence: Suit

A thirteen-year-old horseback rider's injuries were allegedly caused by a Florida equine professional's negligence involving horses an...
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USEF Back to Court for Drug and Medication Policy

USEF Back to Court for Drug and Medication Policy

The United States Equestrian Federation is facing an administrative hearing arising out of the association's anti-doping provision f...
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No Penalty for Equestrians Competing in Global Champions League

No Penalty for Equestrians Competing in Global Champions League

The Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) is now in compliance with provisional measures imposed on the governing body of intern...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

NY Appeals Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Brigid Colvin was one of two "horse trainers" suspended after Tori Colvin's mount Inclusive, owned by Betsee Parker, tested positiv...
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AQHA Says Cloning Fight Isn't Over

AQHA Victorious in Cloning Lawsuit

The American Quarter Horse Association can ban cloned Quarter Horses from its breed association. The United States Court of Appea...
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6 Considerations of a Lease-to-Buy Horse Sales Agreement

6 Considerations of a Lease-to-Buy Horse Sales Agreement

Lease-to-purchase horse contract tips. Make sure your lease-to-buy or installment equine sales agreement may is a “win-win” situat...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

A New York judge upheld the GABA suspension of Brigid Colvin imposed by the United States Equestrian Federation....
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Hearing Officer: Seizure of Burnell Horses Warranted

Judge Dismisses Jill Burnell Suit Against Local Humane Society

A federal judge in California dismissed a civil case brought against the Marin Humane Society and nine other defendants by convicted...
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Hyperbaric Chamber Explosion that Killed Worker

Hyperbaric Chamber Explosion that Killed Worker, Horse Fuels Dispute

A Florida businessman says his insurer unfairly denied coverage after his veterinary facility's hyperbaric chamber exploded with a hor...
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USEF Dismisses Protest Against Mandarino

The Slippery Slope of USEF's Rule 404

The United States Equestrian Federation voted to approve an extraordinary rule change of GR404 on June 30, 2015. The new rule adds...
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Equine Jobs: Deciding the Independent Contractor or Employee Dilemma

Equine Jobs: Deciding the Independent Contractor or Employee Dilemma

There is often much confusion on whether an equine worker is considered an “independent contractor” or an “employee” in the ey...
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Frog Pond Farm Horse Rescue Settles Misappropriation Suit for $20K

Frog Pond Farm Horse Rescue Settles Misappropriation Suit for $20K

The founder of an Ohio horse rescue accused of misappropriating funds has accepted a settlement from the state's Attorney General. L...
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Judge Awards Rattner $1.75M Judgment against Horse Trainer Declan Orpen

Judge Awards Rattner $1.75M Judgment against Horse Trainer Declan Orpen

A New York judge awarded a $1.75 million default judgment last week to American financier Steven Rattner against his former horse tr...
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Fight to Save Sweet Briar College Continues in Court

Fight to Save Sweet Briar College Continues in Court

Those eager to forever shut the doors to Sweet Briar College are being limited by a judge regarding the moving of assets. The court ...
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Court Prevents Re-victimization of Miranda

Jurors Find Cesar Parra Not Liable in Injured Horse Case

Judge Michael O'Neill barred the post incident video and photos of William PFF from admission into evidence. The Judge found the v...
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California Appeals Court Upholds Ruling in Nunnink Trial

California Appeals Court Upholds Ruling in Nunnink Trial

The California Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s ruling granting the defendant’s motion for judgment relieving horse tr...
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Court Prevents Re-victimization of Miranda

Cesar Parra Trial Looms in Injured Horse Case

Piaffe Performance dressage trainer Cesar Parra is scheduled to ride into court for trial Monday. Parra allegedly left a young stall...
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Horses being Horses: 6 Considerations after a Riding Accident

Horses being Horses: 6 Considerations after a Riding Accident

Picture a barn owner who runs a successful and lucrative boarding, breeding, and training operation. One day a boarder, while out ridi...
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Equip Yourself for Horse Buying Success

Equip Yourself for Horse Buying Success

Equine legal answers to equip yourself for horse buying success. Some in the equine industry may mask the truth of a horse’s past la...
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Another Chance 4 Horses Sanctioned for Charity Violations

Another Chance 4 Horses Sanctioned for Charity Violations

Another Chance 4 Horses is in trouble again, this time with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for charity violations. Christy and Ri...
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Show Jumping’s Holger Hetzel Sued for $1M-plus for Fraud

Show Jumping’s Holger Hetzel Sued for $1M-plus for Fraud, Negligence

A Florida lawsuit accuses show jumping’s Holger Hetzel of fraud, civil theft, and professional negligence. The plaintiffs are seek...
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Appellate Court: AQHA Can Ban Cloned Horses

Appellate Court: AQHA Can Ban Cloned Horses

An appeals court has ruled the American Quarter Horse Association can ban cloned horses from its breed registry....
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Hearing Officer: Seizure of Burnell Horses Warranted

Warmblood Breeder Convicted of Animal Abuse Sues Humane Society for $15 Million

A convicted animal abuser sues a local humane society for $15 million. California Warmblood breeder Jill Burnell of Gray Fox Farm a...
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