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Boots Stanley and Steven Sadler Sentenced

UPDATE: Stanley, Sadler Sentenced in Animal Cruelty Case

The crime was heinous. A Louisiana judge sentenced two men after they both pleaded guilty to aggravated animal cruelty in April. Boots Stanley and Steven Sadler ......
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19 Horses Killed in Mississippi Traffic Accident

19 Horses Killed when Horse Trailer Flips in Mississippi

A single-vehicle accident involving an alleged horse-slaughter hauler leaves 19 of 37 horses dead in Mississippi. The video is shocking....
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Thoroughbred EHV-1 Kentucky and Illinois

UPDATE: EHV-1 Cases Identified at Turfway Park, Keeneland

Kentucky officials quarantined a second Oldham County stable due to the equine herpes virus (EHV-1). ...
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Ralph's Responders gives gift of Preparedness

Ralph's Responders Gives Emergency Gift

'Ready and Living Prepared: Horses (RALPH)' Trained to rescue large animals when emergencies strike, a volunteer is giving the gift of emergency preparedness in memory of her Quarter Horse, Ralph. Sara Deen is helpi...
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Animal Cruelty at Louisiana Kill Pen

Kill Pen Employee Charged with Animal Cruelty

Video initially shows a rope being put around the dog's neck. The man refers to the "big *** collar" saying "Michael Vick has nothing on me". The dog is then seen on the back of a horse behind the saddle. It isn't clear w...
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The State of Louisiana v. Vincent Datrio

Authorities arrested the co-owner of Parkview Farms in Louisiana for aggravated rape. Vincent Datrio is accused of raping a mentally challenged woman at the stable....
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Registered Sex Offender Louisiana

Louisiana Stable Owner Arrested for Alleged Rape of Mentally Challenged Woman

Authorities arrested the co-owner of Parkview Farms in Louisiana on an aggravated rape charge. Vincent D'Atrio is accused of raping a mentally challenged woman at the stable....
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Horse Seller Gets Prison for Tampering with Coggins

Horse Seller Gets Prison for Tampering with Coggins

A Louisiana horse seller entered a guilty plea this week instead of going to trial on a felony charge of tampering with a government document. Edwin A. Williams was sentenced to 20-years in the Texas Department of Correc...
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