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Oregon Horse Sues Former Animal Abuser for $100K

Oregon Horse Sues Former Animal Abuser for $100K

An Oregon horse named Justice is suing his formerly abusive owner to recover costs of more than $100,000. The Animal Legal Defense Fund says, if successful, the suit would establish that animals have a legal right to sue...
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Christina Marie CATLIN aka Christina Morris offer quarantine and horse transport services but is being investigated for animal cruelty.

STATE OF OREGON v. CHRISTINA MARIE CATLIN

A purported "horse rescuer" using the name Christina Morris to solicit funds for kill pen horses is a wanted felon in Oregon with a felony criminal record. Morris aka Christina Marie Catlin and Heartland Angels Equine...
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Equine Influenza Reported

Equine Influenza Reported in Oregon Horses after Show

Samples from three Oregon horses that were among a group of ailing equines confirm the affected are positive for Equine Influenza A Virus. The horses were at the Far West Championship Show at the Deschutes County Fair...
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EHV-1 Confirmed

Neurologic EHV-1 Confirmed in Oregon Horse

The 14-year-old gelding is hospitalized at the Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Large Animal Hospital after being admitted for sudden onset of neurologic signs....
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Horses Infected with EHV-1

Neurologic EHV-1 in Oregon Horses Increases to Four

Two more Oregon horses have developed neurologic signs of the equine herpes virus (EHV-1). The total number of equines in the state with neurological EHV-1 is now at four, according to the Oregon Department of Agricult...
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EHV-1 Confirmed in 4 Oregon Horses

EHV-1 Confirmed in 4 Oregon Horses

Oregon officials confirm four horses have now tested positive for the equine herpes virus (EHV-1). Two of the horses are showing neurological symptoms associated with the disease, according to the Oregon Department of Ag...
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Oregon Horse Tests Positive for Neurologic EVH-1

An Oregon horse has tested positive for the neurological form of the equine herpes virus (EHV-1), according to the state's agriculture department....
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Horses in Knee-Deep Mud

Horses in Knee-Deep Mud, Feces Lead to Abuse Investigation

Oregon Appaloosa and Quarter Horse breeder Roseanne Rogers has 10 days to make serious changes to her Mira Farms property for the health of her horses or she faces further action by authorities....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

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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Oregon Horse Breeder Sentenced to Jail

Oregon Horse Breeder Sentenced to Jail, 5 Year Ban on Animal Ownership

Oregon horse breeder Shandy Voyles was sentenced to jail and is banned from owning, possessing, or caring for any animal for five years after her horses were found in substandard living conditions....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

DIAMOND STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, and GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiffs, v. DONALD LEE DEARDORFF Defendants.

The Plaintiffs, who are two equine insurance companies, paid the owners for the loss of their horses, and then brought this suit against the Defendant, who is a horse trainer, to recover the amounts paid to the owners....
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STATE OF OREGON

STATE OF OREGON, Plaintiff, v. SHAUNDA LORRAINE VOYLES, Defendant.

Two years after her animals were seized, Oregon horse breeder Shaunda (Shandy) Voyles was found guilty of 18 counts of animal neglect. A jury heard how some of her horses were "not taken out of stalls for years" and were ...
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