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Emanuel Andrade has no contact with 17 horses seized by feds they tell Horse Authority

Emanuel Andrade "No Contact" with Seized Show Horses: Feds

It may be the biggest fall of equestrian Emanuel Andrade's life due to the collapse of his family's wealth. The feds tell us the 22-year-old Wellington resident has "no contact" with the seized show horses....
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Animal Cruelty Robert Dimitt

Robert Dimitt Sentenced to Prison for Torturing Horses

Charlotte Northam, of Ada, alerted authorities to dead horses on Dimitt’s property. Dimitt cut the frogs out of the horses’ hooves to “make them run faster”. ...
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Robert Dimitt Killed Horses by Cutting Hooves Off: Witness

Veterinarian Knew About Dimitt's Alleged Horse Abuse: Exclusive

A report obtained exclusively by Rate My Horse PRO exposes a racetrack veterinarian for failing to report allegations of horse abuse by Robert Dimitt prior to his arrest. ...
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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 Appeals for the Fifth Circuit entered an order denying the plaintiffs’ petition for a rehea...
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Robert Dimmitt horse abuse

Hoof Carving Trainer Charged with Additional Counts of Animal Cruelty: Docs

Oklahoma horse trainer Robert Dimitt is accused of cutting the frog out of horses' hooves to "make them run faster". He is charged with two more counts of animal cruelty bringing the total to five....
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Robert Dimitt Sentenced to Prison

THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA vs ROBERT HOWARD DIMITT

Robert Dimitt is accused of horse abuse after he "maliciously and cruelly mutilated" multiple Quarter Horses by cutting the frogs out of their feet, which led to the horses' deaths....
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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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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

MARTHA TORKINGTON and RIVER VALLEY RANCH, LLC; Plaintiffs, vs. MARK ARBALLO, et al; Defendants.

The death of Bella Gunnabe Gifted after a trainer allegedly left the mare unsupervised and “bitted up” in a shank bit has prompted a civil suit by the derby reining horse’s owner....
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Court Halts AQHA's Registration of Clones

Court Halts AQHA's Registration of Clones

U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson granted AQHA's motion in part. The Order specifies AQHA must immediately develop appropriate rules for the registration of clones and their offspring....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

ABRAHAM & VENEKLASEN JOINT VENTURE; ABRAHAM EQUINE INCORPORATED; JASON ABRAHAM, v. AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE ASSOCIATION.

The American Quarter Horse Association is fighting a recent legal decision regarding clones. The group filed a Notice of Appeal on Monday. Last month, a federal judge ordered the association to immediately begin registe...
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Jury Rules in AQHA Cloning Case

AQHA Seeks Stay of Cloning Registration

The American Quarter Horse Association is asking a Texas court to stay an order requiring the registration of clones and their offspring, pending an appeal....
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AQHA Files Notice of Appeal in Cloning Case

AQHA Files Notice of Appeal in Cloning Case

The American Quarter Horse Association is fighting a recent decision regarding clones and filed a Notice of Appeal on Monday. Last month, a federal judge ordered the association to immediately begin registering clones a...
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AQHA Makes Way for Clones

AQHA Makes Way for Clones

U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson signed the final judgment Thursday outlining the changes to the American Quarter Horse Association’s rules to make way for clones. The court mandated the registration of cloned ...
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AQHA Must Pay $900K for Plaintiffs' Cloning Legal Fees

AQHA Must Pay $900K for Plaintiffs' Cloning Legal Fees

U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson has ordered the American Quarter Horse Association to pay the plaintiffs' almost $900,000 in legal fees from the cloning lawsuit....
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Judge Tells AQHA to Register Clones

Judge Tells AQHA to Register Clones

A Texas federal judge told the American Quarter Horse Association that it must register cloned horses and their offspring. U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson granted an injunction against the 280,000 member breed a...
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AQHA Says Cloning Fight Isn't Over

AQHA Says Cloning Fight Isn't Over

The American Quarter Horse Association announced it will appeal and ultimately take any legal steps necessary to overturn Tuesday's verdict. A 10-person jury ruled AQHA violated state and federal antitrust laws by cons...
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Jury Rules in AQHA Cloning Case

Jury Rules in AQHA Cloning Case

A jury ruled Tuesday that the American Quarter Horse Association violated state and federal antitrust laws by conspiring to bar cloned horses from the group's registry....
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Trial Begins

Trial Begins, Seeking AQHA Registration for Clones

Plaintiffs suing AQHA say the association has created a monopoly by not allowing cloned horses into its registry. The trial began with both sides taking their positions regarding the technology....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

ABRAHAM & VENEKLASEN JOINT VENTURE, ABRAHAM EQUINE, INC. and JASON ABRAHAM Plaintiffs, v. AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE ASSOCIATION Defendant.

Two owners of cloned quarter horses, Jason Abraham and Veterinarian Gregg Veneklasen, claim that the AQHA's Rule 227 stating "horses produced by any cloning process are not eligible for registration" violates Antitrus...
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Plaintiffs: AQHA Cloned Horse Ban is Abuse of Monopoly

Plaintiffs: AQHA Cloned Horse Ban is Abuse of Monopoly

A decision at last month's American Quarter Horse Convention refusing to register quarter horses that are the result of cloning, as well as their offspring, has led to a federal antitrust suit against the American Quarte...
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