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His owner, Dr. Peter Bernstein, had the sorrel horse named Peppy examined by his primary care veterinarian. He identified two stones in the gelding's bladder. They decided it was best for the Quarter Horse to go to UC Davis Veterinary Hospital for treatment.

Bladder Stone Surgery Alleviates Cutting Horse's Pain

Difficulty urinating, bloody urine A 21-year-old cutting horse gelding was experiencing problematic symptoms including difficulty urinating and bloody urine. His owner, Dr. Peter Bernstein, had the sorrel horse named...
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Brunzell Jail Ends Dual Peppy Neglect Saga

Dual Peppy Animal Cruelty Case Ends: Brunzell Gets Jail

Banned from owning horses A Colorado judge ordered a former American Quarter Horse breeder guilty of animal abuse to begin serving her jail sentence Thursday night. It comes after Sherri Brunzell exhausted her app...
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Dr. Leea Arnold's recipient mares in the Texas kill pen

Recipient Mares: Breeding Blood Sport?

Arnold Reproduction Center At least 21 recipient mares, formerly owned by The Arnold Reproduction Center, landed in a Forney kill pen late last month. The ‘LA’ brand on the mares’ haunches identifies the busine...
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Cutting horse loper Dakotah Harrell

Cutting Horse Loper Dakotah Harrell Indicted in Second Theft Case

Texas loper Dakotah Harrell, who is accused of stealing $500,000 from a cutting horse owner, is indicted in another case of felony theft during her time at Merritt Wilson Cutting Horses....
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Dakotah Harrell indicted theft of property less than 20,000

THE STATE OF TEXAS v. DAKOTAH LINDSEY HARRELL

A Cooke County Grand Jury indicted loper Dakota Lindsey Harrell last week on a charge of felony theft....
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Cutting Horses Dakota Harrell Texas

Texas Cowgirl Indicted in $500K+ Theft

[caption id="attachment_10292" align="alignright" width="150"] Dakota Harrell[/caption] Texas Cutting Loper A Texas assistant cutting horse trainer allegedly stole more than $500,000 from a horse owner. A Cooke C...
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Brunzell Jail Ends Dual Peppy Neglect Saga

Brunzell Appeals Animal Cruelty Case

A Colorado horse breeder convicted of animal abuse was scheduled to begin her jail sentence Friday. Instead of turning herself into jail, Sherri Brunzell posted a $10,000 appeals bond....
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Brunzell Jail Ends Dual Peppy Neglect Saga

Convicted Horse Abuser Begins Jail Sentence in Colorado

A Colorado horse breeder convicted of animal abuse is scheduled to begin her jail sentence Friday. It comes after a judge denied Sherri Brunzell's request for a new trial this week....
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Brunzell Jail Ends Dual Peppy Neglect Saga

Colorado Horses' Recovery Successful after Severe Neglect

They were the lucky ones, they got out alive of the makeshift graveyard. Ten horses, including the famous AQHA stallion, Dual Peppy, were seized from Colorado animal abuser Sherri Brunzell almost a year ago. See phot...
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Sherri Brunzell Sentenced to Jail in Dual Peppy Case

Sherri Brunzell Sentenced to Jail in Dual Peppy Case, Banned from Owning Horses

The former American Quarter Horse breeder found guilty of abusing her horses, including Dual Peppy, was sentenced to 60-days in jail Thursday. Sherri Brunzell, of Colorado, is banned from owning horses....
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Skin and Bones Dual Peppy

Dual Peppy Case: Sherri Brunzell Guilty of Animal Cruelty

After more than seven hours of deliberation, jurors found that a Colorado horse breeder abused her horses. Sherri Brunzell was convicted on eight counts of animal cruelty....
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Cause of 14 Horses' Deaths Unknown: Brunzell Trial Testimony

Cause of 14 Horses' Deaths Unknown: Brunzell Trial Testimony

Two veterinarians and the equine rescue director took the stand during day two of the animal cruelty trial against Colorado horse breeder Sherri Brunzell on Wednesday. Authorities seized Brunzell's 10 horses, including D...
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Skin and Bones Dual Peppy

Testimony begins in Sherri Brunzell Animal Cruelty Trial

The trial of a Colorado horse breeder accused of animal cruelty is underway. Ten horses and four llamas were seized from Sherri Brunzell after they were found living with their former stablemates' decomposing bodies last ...
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Skin and Bones Dual Peppy

Sherri Brunzell Horse Abuse Trial Delayed

The trial of a Colorado quarter horse breeder accused of animal cruelty has been delayed. Sherri Brunzell appeared in court on Friday....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

NATIONAL CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, v. GLORY ANN KURTZ, Defendant.

So what caused the association's blow up? While unclear, Glory Kurtz, a journalist of more than 30 years, asked questions about how those in charge are operating the organization dedicated to the cutting horse industry....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

LAINIE WHITMIRE AND RAY WHITMIRE APPELLANTS AND APPELLEES V. NATIONAL CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION APPELLEE AND APPELLANT.

An on-going dispute between Lainie and Ray Whitmire v. the National Cutting Horse Association makes it to the Fort Worth Court of Appeals....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

LAINIE WHITMIRE APPELLANT v. NATIONAL CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION APPELLEE

The NCHA suspended and revoked Lainie Whitmire’s amateur and non-pro status, after determining she “rode horses which did not belong to her in barrel racing competition" which led to a civil lawsuit....
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