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Olivia Kasper and bad horse deals pony - she shares how to protect yourself

Horse Buying Common Cents or Dirty Secrets?

What to look for when horse buying? Buying a new horse is an exciting time for any rider. However, the more time I spend in the equine industry, as an adult, the more I understand that buying a horse is harder than it se...
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Showjumping Loses Superstar Hickstead

Showjumping Loses Superstar Hickstead

Hickstead, the sensational Jumping stallion that Canadian showjumper Eric Lamaze rode to individual gold at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong collapsed and died in Verona today. The competition was stopped at the request o...
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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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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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Amateur equestrian horse showing success and sanity how-to with the Kasper Sisters.

5 Ways Amateur Equestrian Spurs Success (+ Enjoys Sanity)

As amateur equestrians, the journey is satisfying, although sometimes overwhelming. When something doesn't go as planned at a horse show, there is no one waiting to tell us what happened ringside. There is no horse profess...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Fellers

Fellers, Ward Advance to Individual Final in Olympic Show Jumping

Rich Fellers on Flexible and McLain Ward on Antares F both go forward to the Individual final despite the fact that they each had eight-fault efforts in the second round of the 2012 Olympic Nations Cup in London....
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Fellers

Fellers, Flexible Finish in Top 10 Individually at 2012 Olympic Games

The United States was represented by both Rich Fellers and McLain Ward in the Individual Final. Ward rode Antares F to a 12-fault effort in Round A, putting a foot in the water in addition to lowering the heights of ...
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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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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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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF-APPELLEE, v. WALLY HOLLY, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT.

"They broke that mare's leg." The statement was originally admitted to show Gardiner's state of mind. However, at the end of the evidence the district court also ruled that Gardiner, Jensen, Feldmar, and Alexander were m...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. BARNEY WARD, GEORGE LINDERMANN, and MARION HULICK.

According to Barney Ward, Cullen informed him that the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Illinois was investigating an alleged scheme involving the deliberate killing of horses to defraud ins...
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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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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

TOM SELLECK ET AL., v. RICHARD BRIAN MARKELL ET AL.

Defendants and appellants Richard Brian Markell, D.V.M, and Ranch & Coast Equine Practice, Inc., appeal the trial court's order disqualifying their attorney of record. His attorney previously had represented Paul McC...
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