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Horse Trader Convicted of Animal Cruelty

Horse Trader Convicted of Animal Cruelty in 'Paintball' Mare Case

A Rhode Island horse trader was convicted Friday of animal cruelty. Philip Price is now prohibited from doing business at the New Holland Horse Auction in Pennsylvania, the judge ordered. The case stems from Price'...
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Equip Yourself for Horse Buying Success

Equip Yourself for Horse Buying Success

Set yourself up for horse buying success. A common practice in the equine industry is to mask the truth of the horse’s prior history of lameness, prior injury, or medical condition with half-truths about the horse’s mor...
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Kentucky's Walking Dead: Larry Browning's Horses

Equine Cruelty Investigator Quits due to "Lack of Prosecution": Larry Browning Case

"Just the sheer volume of dead animals and he [Larry Browning] didn't see anything wrong it," says Pendleton County Animal Control Officer Scott Pracht. The Kentucky animal control investigator is calling it quits afte...
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Overcoming Consignment Horse Challenges

Overcoming Consignment Horse Challenges

Selling a horse is a dreaded experience for some riders who don’t have the required resources to get the job done on their own. Consignment farms can be a solution, although like anything else, not all are created equal....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

STEVEN ESRICK, and KIKI ESRICK, -vs- DENNIS MITCHELL, KIM BURNETTE a/k/a Kim Burnette Mitchell, KIMBERDEN FARM, INC.,et al.

The Esricks argue that they are entitled to summary judgment on their breach of contract claims against the Mitchells and Kimberden, because the undisputed material facts demonstrate there was a valid and enforceable oral ...
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