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Eriksson v. Nunnink: Lessons for Equine Professionals

Eriksson v. Nunnink: Lessons for Equine Professionals

A California appellate court ruling this year, Eriksson v. Nunnink, has sparked concern among equine professionals over their potential liability for their clients’ personal injury and/or death. The defendant, Nunnink, ...
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Elisa Wallace and Simply Priceless Yellow Card for Abuse of the Horse

Elisa Wallace Yellow Carded at Badminton

Elisa Wallace was sanctioned with a yellow card at Badminton for abuse of her horse on cross country. Watch the video and see what you think....
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State drops felony HIV charge against Darren Chiacchia 2017.

BREAKING: Florida Drops Darren Chiacchia Felony Case

Olympic Three-day eventer Darren Chiacchia of Independence Farms tells us, “It’s finally over." ...
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Boyd Martin and Trading Aces Unbeatable in $50K Wellington Eventing Showcase

Boyd Martin and Trading Aces Unbeatable in $50K Wellington Eventing Showcase

Boyd Martin and Trading Aces proved to be unstoppable this weekend at the first-ever $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase presented by Asheville Regional Airport. Martin and Trading Aces led the competition from start...
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Georgia Stable Owner: Tests Reveal Monensin in ADM Feed

Georgia Stable Owner: Tests Reveal Monensin in ADM Feed

A Georgia stable owner says the ADM grain she was feeding tested positive for monensin. Roslyn Johnson of Grantville is waiting for quantitative test results to learn how much monensin is allegedly in the feed....
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STATE OF FLORIDA vs. DARREN CHIACCHIA

Darren Chiacchia Arrested in New York

An Olympic 3-day eventer turned fugitive was arrested in New York on Tuesday. Darren Chiacchia was nabbed in Buffalo on an active warrant around 4am, according to authorities....
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Chiacchia Ordered to Wear GPS Monitoring Device

Chiacchia Ordered to Wear GPS Monitoring Device

A former Olympian has been ordered by a Florida court to wear a GPS monitoring device. Eventer Darren Chiacchia appeared in a Marion County court Thursday before Judge Hale Stancil....
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Darren Chiacchia Felony Trial Delayed

Darren Chiacchia Felony Trial Delayed

One-time equestrian star Darren Chiacchia appeared in a Florida court Tuesday. The three-day eventer's trial scheduled for late July has been continued. Chiacchia is charged with felony unlawful acts prior to sex....
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Judge Dismisses Felony Against Chiacchia

Felony Case Against Eventer Darren Chiacchia Proceeds

Darren Chiacchia was arrested in January 2010 after his partner made allegations that Chiacchia didn't tell him he was HIV positive. In 1997, Florida passed a law making it a felony for those with HIV not to inform the...
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horse death at event

Wise Espartaco Dies after Cross Country

Eventing horse Wise Espartaco collapsed and died after completing a successful cross-country run at the Roebke’s Run Horse Trials in Minnesota on Saturday....
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Judge Dismisses Felony Against Chiacchia

Appellate Court Reinstates Criminal Case Against Eventer Darren Chiacchia

An appeals court reinstated a felony charge against Olympic eventer Darren Chiacchia. The bronze medalist is accused of not telling his partner he was HIV positive....
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46 Horses Ready to Tackle 2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event

46 Horses Ready to Tackle 2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Presented by Land Rover

The excitement of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover, was the only thing keeping participants and spectators warm - as the ground jury accepted the 46 horses brought forward for first inspections...
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Tight Race Among Contenders for Olympic Eventing Medals

Tight Race Among Contenders for Olympic Eventing Medals

Germany's Ingrid Klimke and Sweden's Sara Algotsson Ostholt – returned to the top of the individual leaderboard when Japan’s Yoshiaki Oiwa was one of 10 fallers on the track over which 15 of the 70 starters were eli...
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US Olympic Eventing Team Strides into Fifth Place After Cross Country

US Olympic Eventing Team Strides into Fifth Place After Cross Country

Phillip Dutton continues to lead the American effort with the best of the three scores to count. Riding Jim and Arden Wildasin's Mystery Whisper, Dutton added just 2.8 time faults to his dressage score and lies 12th ind...
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Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Boasts Record Entries

Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Boasts Record Entries

Kentucky represents a significant Olympic trial for American riders, who are out in force, headed by Phillip Dutton riding Fernhill Eagle and Mighty Nice and country favorite Boyd Martin with three horses competing....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

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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PEOPLE vs. SHANNON E. RILEY

PEOPLE vs. SHANNON E. RILEY

Infinity Sport Horse owner (formerly SR Equestrian) and eventing trainer, Shannon E. Riley, from Illinois was arrested in 2010 after her horse was found neglected. Riley took a plea deal and pleaded guilty in the case....
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Riding the Irish-bred Loughan Glen, the horse he plans to ride at the Rio Olympic Games next month, Montgomery finished the clear individual winner. He also led the US team to a convincing victory over Canada.

Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen Make History with Win at The Plains

Clark Montgomery (USA) flew back from Britain to his home country to lead a strong American quartet to victory in the fifth leg of the 2016 FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing. The event, held for the first time outside Euro...
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Phillip Dutton Rio 2016

Phillip Dutton's U.S. Individual Eventing Bronze Mighty Nice

The oldest member of the United States Olympic Eventing team captured his first individual medal in Rio Tuesday. Phillip Dutton, of Pennsylvania, and his mount Mighty Nice, won the bronze individual medal behind t...
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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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