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Monensin Toxicity Blamed for California Horses' Deaths: Lab

Western Milling Fined $526K for Contaminated Horse Feed: CDFA

The CDFA states horse feed manufacturer Western Milling must pay a $526K fine for producing monensin contaminated horse feed. ...
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Western Milling Suit Linked to Horses' Monensin Deaths

Western Milling Suit Linked to Horses' Monensin Deaths

The death of more than a dozen California horses linked to monensin tainted horse feed has prompted the filing of a lawsuit. The plaintiffs allege Western Milling, LLC, located in Goshen, was negligent in the manufactur...
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Western Milling Knew About Monensin Contamination before Horses’ Deaths: FDA

Western Milling Knew About Monensin Contamination Before Horses’ Deaths: FDA

In-depth Investigation A California feed manufacturer accused of selling monensin-contaminated equine feed, knew about cross contamination issues for years, according to reports from the U.S. Food and Drug Administrati...
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Arizona Horseback Riding Instructor Sentenced for Sexually Abusing Girls

Arizona Horseback Riding Instructor Sentenced for Sexually Abusing Girls

An Arizona horseback riding instructor convicted of child sex abuse will spend four-years in prison. Ralph Carr must also register as a sex offender and will serve a lifetime on probation....
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STATE OF ARIZONA v RALPH L CARR

Ralph Carr was arrested after the parents of a 13-year-old girl said Carr had "inappropriately touched her both over and under her clothes" during several horseback riding lessons at his Moonreach Ranch in Maricopa Count...
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NY Law Mandates Minors Wear Approved Riding Helmets

Arizona Riding Instructor Guilty of Child Sex Abuse

An Arizona riding instructor was found guilty of 14 counts of sex abuse on Monday. Ralph Carr was convicted by a jury in Maricopa County Superior Court after years of court proceedings....
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Salt River Wild Horses get Reprieve from Round-Up

Salt River Wild Horses get Reprieve from Round-Up

"The majority of these horses will be purchased for slaughter and sold for their meat," the group said in its lawsuit....
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Miniature Horse Association of Arizona VP Arrested on 80 Counts of Animal Cruelty

Miniature Horse Association of Arizona VP Arrested on 80 Counts of Animal Cruelty

The Vice President of the Miniature Horse Association of Arizona (MHAA) is facing 80 counts of animal cruelty. Maricopa County Sheriff officials said Andrea Mikkel was arrested Thursday....
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Sex Abuse Trial Begins for Arizona Riding Instructor

Sex Abuse Trial Begins for Arizona Riding Instructor

An Arizona horseback riding instructor accused of molesting female riding students is standing trial, again. Ralph Carr is accused of fondling a former student's breasts when she was 11-years-old....
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Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in 13th Texas Horse

Arizona Horses Test Positive for Vesicular Stomatitis

Arizona officials confirm two horses have tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Three locations are under quarantine....
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Arizona Riding Instructor Sentenced for Animal Cruelty

Arizona Riding Instructor Sentenced for Animal Cruelty

An Arizona riding instructor is banned from owning animals almost two years after she was arrested in connection with the death of three horses. Michelle Meyer Salazar of Scottsdale entered a plea of guilty to a single co...
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SHAN deWEY, an individual, Plaintiff, vs. MATHEW GILLISPIE, an individual; TRIPLE AC RANCH, LLC; and DOES 1 through 20, inclusive, Defendants.

Arizona horse transporter Triple-AC-Ranch, LLC, and Mathew Gillispie are accused of gross negligence after two horses were killed and five others injured after its trailer overturned in a single-vehicle accident, accord...
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Arizona Trainer Indicted in Horse Theft

Arizona Trainer Indicted in Horse Theft

A Tennessee grand jury has indicted an Arizona horse trainer that is accused of taking money from a horse sale, but never delivering the horse. Ray Siggins, of Elroy, is charged with one count of theft over $10,000....
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STATE OF ARIZONA v MICHELLE MEYER SALAZAR

STATE OF ARIZONA v MICHELLE MEYER SALAZAR

Authorities began investigating Michelle Meyer Salazar in 2011. She operated her horse business under the name La Caballeriza. Deputies say they found seven neglected horses. Three were euthanized....
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