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JENNIFER WHEELER WINBORNE against HOLLY STANLEY dba BAYRIDGE SHOW STABLES

A New York court entered a judgment against Holly Stanley of Bayridge Show Stables for $35K+ related to the death of the pony Gayfields Way Too Cool. Click to view this and other unpaid judgments from equine industry ...
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Jeanne Ryan MAX Jail Sentence and NO animal ownership for 15 years in New York animal cruelty case

Horses' Deaths Land Max Jail Sentence in New York Animal Cruelty Case

A New York Judge sentenced a Welsh Pony breeder to the maximum sentence of two years jail. It comes after the court found Jeanne Ryan, 52, of Goshen guilty of 20 counts of animal cruelty last month which stem from her...
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Holly Stanley mugshot 2018 Horseauthority.co

STATE OF NEW YORK v. HOLLY STANLEY

Holly Stanley leased the Welsh Pony Stallion Gayfield’s Way Too Cool. She offered the proven producer of champion ponies at stud for $1000. A vet report from Rhinebeck Equine reports the pony had a “lack of susten...
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Cool allegedly starved by Holly Stanley

Pony Breeder Charged after Stallion Allegedly Starved

New York pony breeder Holly Stanley is facing two counts of animal cruelty after allegedly starving a pony stallion. ...
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Aggravated animal cruelty charges against former horse transporter, police officer

STATE OF NEW YORK v JEANNE RYAN

Pony breeder Jeanne Ryan faces charges of aggravated animal cruelty for the deaths of 9 horses. See how this NY animal cruelty case progresses through the criminal legal system....
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Jeanne Ryan MAX Jail Sentence and NO animal ownership for 15 years in New York animal cruelty case

New York Pony Breeder Charged after Horses' Deaths

New York Welsh Pony breeder Jeanne Ryan is facing charges including animal cruelty after a tip led authorities to her gruesome secret....
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Bill S.299, sponsored by Senator Terrence Murphy, R-Yorktown, which would increase the penalty for multiple convictions of torturing, killing or failing to provide sustenance to an animal to a felony, if convicted within five years from the date of a prior conviction. This will also help protect people as well because animal cruelty is often linked to violence against humans, the sponsors say.

NY Senate Passes Animal Protection Measures

The New York Senate passed measures aimed at bolstering animal protection. Under one measure, the maximum penalties for aggravated animal cruelty would increase from two years in prison and a $5,000 fine to four years in ...
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URSULA KARVEN-VERES Plaintiff, v. WINLEY FARM LLC Defendant.

Winley Farm is accused of providing an actress with a jumper for pre-production work on a movie. When the horse was unsettled, the horse's trainers allegedly drugged it leading to an accident....
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EHV-1 Case Confirmed

EHV-1 Confirmed in NY Horse

The aged Quarter Horse mare displayed recurrent fever, inappetance, and nasal discharge. Testing confirmed the mare is positive for the non-neuropathogenic strain of EHV-1. Biosecurity measures are in place....
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ARCHIBALD COX, III and MEREDITH MATEO, Petitioners, against UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC., Respondent.

Brookway Stables owner Archie Cox, of California, is challenging USEF's GABA science in a New York court. The filing comes after the USEF Hearing Committee ruled in August 2015 that Cox and his client violated F...
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THOMAS WRIGHT and JOHN & STEPHANIE INGRAM, LLC -against- UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC.

The petitioners believe USEF's decision to hold them in violation of GR410 was arbitrary and capriocious and not supported by scientific evidence. The hunter/jumper trainer and owners are seeking the court to dismiss the...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

NY Appeals Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Brigid Colvin was one of two "horse trainers" suspended after Tori Colvin's mount Inclusive, owned by Betsee Parker, tested positive for gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) at the 2014 USHJA International Hunter Derby C...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

A New York judge upheld the GABA suspension of Brigid Colvin imposed by the United States Equestrian Federation....
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Brigid Colvin v. United States Equestrian Federation, Inc.

Tori Colvin's mother, Brigid Colvin is suing the United States Equestrian Federation after she was suspended for 7 months after the horse Inclusive was found to have GABA levels higher than allowed....
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Dressage Trainer in Court

Fraudster Kimberlee Martin-Keenan Pleads Guilty to Petit Larceny

A New York dressage trainer known for her aliases and string of victims is headed for a short stint behind bars. Kimberlee Martin-Keenan pleaded guilty to petit larceny Tuesday....
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NY Equine Appraiser Faces Felony Charges in Missing Horse Case

NY Equine Appraiser Faces Felony Charges in Missing Horse Case

Charges have been filed against a New York equine appraiser accused of stealing a horse that she borrowed, according to the Greene County Sheriff's Office. Leah Struzzieri is charged with grand larceny and criminal poss...
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Trainer Lou Pena Banned from Racing for 1700+ Equine Drug Violations

Trainer Lou Pena Banned from Racing for 1700+ Equine Drug Violations

Harness racing trainer Luis Pena has been banned from the sport for illegally drugging horses more than 1700 times, according to the New York State Gaming Commission....
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Brett Knight Pleads Not Guilty to Horse Trainer's Murder

Ross Reisner's Killer Pleads Guilty

A former fugitive pleaded guilty on Wednesday to murdering a New York horse trainer and wounding his partner. He was sentenced in February 2015....
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CHRISTINA WELTZ, Plaintiff, v. STONY HILL STABLES, INC., ELIZABETH HOTCHKISS, AISHA ALI-DUYCK, Defendants.

Horse trainer Aisha Ali-Duyck, now of Oregon, is accused of selling a former client in New York a jumper with shivers for $130,000. She allegedly told the plaintiff the horse was suitable to compete at the Winter Equest...
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STATE OF NEW YORK vs. YVETTE M. GIOVANNI

Convicted Felon Sentenced to Prison for Stealing from Saratoga Saddlery

Convicted felon Yvette Giovanni is in prison for grand larceny. Click to do a criminal background check on your employees before you hire them for your equine business....
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