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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 trainer Kristi Nunnink of liability....
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MARION MAYER Plaintiff, vs. LAUREN SAMMIS, individually, SAMMIS SALES, LLC, et al, Defendants.

The plaintiff alleges there was a lack of transparency when she purchased a $135,000 dressage horse through Lauren Sammis and her business Sammis Sales, LLC. Also included as defendants are two equine veterinarians from...
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GRACE SHAW-KENNEDY AND KASSANDRA LADD, V. AMY S. HUNTER.

After her apparent confusion regarding the terms of a lease deal, a Wisconsin horse trainer is on the losing end of a lawsuit involving the show jumping stallion, Cradilo. ...
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KARAN ERIKSSON et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. KRISTI NUNNINK, Defendant and Respondent.

An appeals court revived a negligence action, by the parents of a 17-year old girl who was killed during a 3-Day Eventing Competition, against their daughter’s riding instructor....
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TOM SELLECK ET AL., v. RICHARD BRIAN MARKELL ET AL.

Defendants and appellants Richard Brian Markell, D.V.M, and Ranch & Coast Equine Practice, Inc., appeal the trial court's order disqualifying their attorney of record. His attorney previously had represented Paul McC...
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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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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. CARRIE LEE AENK, Defendant.

Current horse rescue executive director Carrie Aenk, of Washington, pleaded guilty to federal bank fraud in the late 1990s....
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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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