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22 horses die on Santa Anita racetrack

Los Angeles DA Investigates 22 Horse Deaths at Santa Anita Racetrack

Racing continues March 29 The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office is investigating 22 horse deaths at Santa Anita Park in California. Investigators are working with the California Horse Racing Board amid equi...
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Horse Sales Gone Wrong

In-Utero Foal Scam Leads to Grand Theft Horse Case

A self-proclaimed animal rescuer in California is facing multiple counts of grand theft for allegedly scamming buyers of in-utero foals. Susan Guillot has a criminal record that includes embezzlement. ...
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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 and selling monensin contaminated horse feed. In California, 49 horses were poisoned....
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Gina Gregory and her family are being sued by the CA Attorney General for running scam charities that were supposed to benefit horses and military veterans.

Horse Rescue Bilked Donors out of $500K: California AG

California is seeking $500K from two fraudulent charities for rescue horses and veterans. The AG says its operated by Gina Gregory of Star Equestrians and family....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

People of the State of California v. Wounded Warriors Support Group; Central Coast Equine Rescue and Retirement; Matthew G Gregory; Danella J Gregory; Matthew J Gregory; Gina D Gregory; et al.

The Gregory family claims to rescue horses and help injured veterans through a therapeutic riding program, but the state says it is all a scam. Donations totaling more than $780,000 for 2014 and 2015 were not used for equ...
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Dozens of horses remain stranded in contaminated flood water at a San Jose, CA boarding stable.

Horses Stranded by San Jose Flooding

 28 Horses in Contaminated Flood Waters Dozens of horses remain stranded in contaminated flood water at a San Jose, CA boarding stable Wednesday. Horse owners are trying to help 28 horses at Cooksy Family Stabl...
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Horses May Assist Dementia Patients: Study

Horses May Help Dementia Patients: Study

Every 67 seconds a person in the United States develops dementia. A pilot study suggests horses may improve dementia patients' quality of life by looking at multiple indicators....
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Christian Clews Child Porn Charges

Clews Horse Ranch Owner Faces Federal Child Porn Charges

View Child Porn Complaint (details are graphic) A California boarding stable owner is facing federal child pornography charges. Christian Clews, 51, of San Diego, is charged with two counts of knowingly possessing ...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

United States of America v. Christian Clews

Clews Horse Ranch owner Christian Clews, of California, is facing two counts of federal child pornography including distribution of material depicting young children. Read the allegations from the criminal complaint at H...
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The FDA issued a warning letter to Syfrett Feed in July 2014 for the violations.

EHV Quarantine Violated by California Veterinarian

A California veterinarian-horse owner is in trouble after reportedly violating the EHV-1 quarantine at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. The woman trailered the sick horse offsite. The California Department of Food ...
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Detectives arrested Always and Forever Horse Rescue manager Jess Ahumada after an investigation revealed he diverted funds meant for the pseudo-horse rescue.

Horse Rescue Director Embezzled Funds: Sheriff

Investigation continues The director of a California horse rescue is accused of stealing cash and equipment leading to his arrest. Detectives arrested Always and Forever Horse Rescue manager Jess Ahumada after an in...
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Fire Strikes Horse Stable

10 Horses Die in California Stable Fire

80 Firefighters Ten horses died in a California stable fire that is being called suspicious, according to the fire chief. It happened early Sunday morning at C&K Horse Ranch in Montebello. Flames and smoke bill...
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Horse cantering through muddy footing

H/J Trainer Brock Clermont Pleads Guilty to Battery in Florida

Brock Clermont was charged with felony battery in August 2015 in Wellington, Florida. Clermont, of Clermark Equestrian, now resides in California and operates his business out of Alder Lane Farm in Cotati....
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Ohio authorities are asking for your help finding 58-year-old Mark Hill after they obtained an arrest warrant for animal cruelty.

California Authorities Investigating Horse's Poisoning Death

California authorities say they are investigating an animal cruelty case after a horse and dog died after being fed tainted horse treats. Necropsy results show the animals died of oleander toxicity....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

KATHRYN FLANIGAN dba BLACK FENCE FARM et al vs. WESTERN MILLING, LLC dba OH KRUSE GRAIN & MILLING, et al.

What led to the deaths of more than a dozen horses in California? The horses' owners filed suit against Western Milling (O.H. Kruse Grain & Milling) for poisoning almost 50 horses with monensin, a deadly toxin. Get the...
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Western Milling law 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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Rescued 'Valentine' Colt on the Mend

Rescued 'Valentine' Colt on the Mend

Injured, alone, and in shock, a colt believed to be only days old was rescued from the bottom of a ravine in California, according to authorities. His rescuers named the brave chestnut baby with the long blaze Valentine....
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Western Milling Knew About Monensin Contamination before Horses’ Deaths: FDA

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

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 Administration (FDA)....
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EHV-1 Case Confirmed

EHV-1 Confirmed in California

California officials confirmed in early January that a horse showing neurologic symptoms is infected with the equine herpes virus (EHV-1). The draft cross gelding is quarantined and isolated at a Los Angeles County stab...
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STATE OF FLORIDA vs. BROCK CLERMONT battery case

STATE OF FLORIDA vs. BROCK CLERMONT

Brock Clermont of Clermark Equestrian is charged with felony battery. Clermont, a hunter/jumper trainer, is now working out of Alder Lane Farm in Cotati, CA....
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