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Traveling Sisterhood of Breeches - Kasper Sisters

Sisterhood of the Traveling Breeches

For the past three years, I've been ringside with my sister, McKenzie, coaching her at home and during show jumping competitions. So, how did we get here? ...
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Gina Gregory and her family are being sued by the CA Attorney General for running scam charities that were supposed to benefit horses and military veterans.

Horse Rescue Bilked Donors out of $500K: California AG

California is seeking $500K from two fraudulent charities for rescue horses and veterans. The AG says its operated by Gina Gregory of Star Equestrians and family....
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Conor Swail Charged with Battery on Law Enforcement, Domestic Battery

Conor Swail Charged with Domestic Violence, Battery on Law Enforcement in Wellington

Show jumper Conor Swail is facing felony charges after a domestic violence call ended in battery against Palm Beach Sheriff deputies....
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Conor Swail charged with battery on law enforcement officer and domestic violence

State of Florida vs. Conor Swail

Irish showjumper Conor Swail is facing charges in Florida for domestic violence and battery on a police officer in Wellington....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

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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Frank Chapot and Good Twist

Show Jumping Legend Frank Chapot Dies

Six-time Olympian Frank Chapot died Monday, June 20 in New Jersey at the age of 84. The show jumping legend bred Gem Twist. ...
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USEF Temporarily Suspends NJ Jumper Trainer Devin Ryan

USEF Suspends Devin Ryan after Hampton Classic 'Incident'

New Jersey jumper trainer Devin Ryan has been suspended by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) for competing horses in "a condition that was not in the best interest of the welfare of the horses"....
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Show Jumping's Galindo Charged with Felony Theft by Deception

Show Jumping's Galindo Charged with Felony Theft by Deception

A Pennsylvania show jumping trainer has been charged with felony theft by deception. Luis Galindo-Arias, who goes by Luis Galindo in the U.S., sold a horse that he knew wasn't his, according to court documents. ...
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USEF Temporarily Suspends NJ Jumper Trainer Devin Ryan

USEF Temporarily Suspends NJ Jumper Trainer Devin Ryan

A New Jersey jumper trainer was kicked out of the Hampton Classic Horse Show after being accused of horse abuse. National competitor Devin Ryan, of River Run Stables, was turned into stewards by an alert schooling sup...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Luis A Galindo-Arias

Luis Galindo of Galindo Sport Horses is charged with theft by deception after he allegedly sold a horse that was stolen from its owner three years prior. Then he asked the new buyer for more funds for the use of the horse...
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Hamptons Trainer Sentenced in Case of Driving Drunk with Child

Hamptons Trainer Sentenced in Case of Driving Drunk with Child, Nanny Beating

Laura Bowery-Falco of New York made international news in July 2013 when she was arrested after she allegedly attacked her nanny. The then 20-year-old nanny tried to prevent Bowery-Falco, a mother, from driving drunk wi...
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Vets Help Flexible Jump back into International Competition

Vets Help Flexible Jump back into International Competition

The 19-year-old Irish Sport Horse, Flexible just came off a successful 7th place showing for the United States at the FEI World Cup. Thanks to a group of veterinarians three years ago, Flexible's competition future wa...
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Show Jumping’s Holger Hetzel Sued for $1M-plus for Fraud

Show Jumping’s Holger Hetzel Sued for $1M-plus for Fraud, Negligence

A Florida lawsuit accuses show jumping’s Holger Hetzel of fraud, civil theft, and professional negligence. The plaintiffs are seeking more than $1 million in damages and injunctive relief for the return of one of their ...
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Georgina Bloomberg Brings Home Win in Central Park

Georgina Bloomberg Brings Home Win in Central Park

Twenty-three of the world's best horses and riders jumped in the inaugural $210,000 Central Park Grand Prix CSI 3*, presented by Rolex, with an exciting victory for New York's own Georgina Bloomberg riding Juvina....
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McLain Ward's Sapphire Succumbs to Colic

McLain Ward's Sapphire Succumbs to Colic

A show jumping star was lost Sunday. Sapphire, the mare known for her triumphant career with McLain Ward that included Olympic team gold medals in 2004 and 2008, died from from colic. Enjoy a video tribute of her illustr...
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Kent Farrington and Blue Angel Trump Show Jumping Field at Mar-a-Lago

Kent Farrington and Blue Angel Trump Show Jumping Field at Mar-a-Lago

Donald Trump said he had another great year hosting the event and looks forward to 2015. "I just want to congratulate Kent and our great champions," Trump smiled. "They are amazing athletes. As a novice, I think the weat...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

GRACE SHAW-KENNEDY AND KASSANDRA LADD, V. AMY S. HUNTER.

After her apparent confusion regarding the terms of a lease deal, a Wisconsin horse trainer is on the losing end of a lawsuit involving the show jumping stallion, Cradilo. ...
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U.S. Jumpers Focus on 2013 Rolex/FEI World Cup in Sweden

U.S. Jumpers Focus on 2013 Rolex/FEI World Cup in Sweden

"This year's contingent of American riders is the strongest in years, a group that includes the top-ranked U.S. riders, Olympians, and the 2011 Pan American Games Individual Gold Medalist," said Chef d'Equipe Robert ...
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STATE OF WASHINGTON v DOUGLAS B SPINK

The former horse trainer and Exitpoint Stallions owner, Douglas Spink, recently got out of federal prison - but he's in trouble once again with the law....
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USEF Competition

Court Orders Melissa Lovasco to Pay Up

A court has ordered Jumper Classic President and CEO, Melissa Lovasco, to put $20,000 in escrow with David Birdsall's attorney. He is the owner of Silver Oak Equestrian Center in New Hampshire....
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