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American Horse Council Staff Member Ashley Furst is accused of stealing $588K

$588K+ Stolen from American Horse Council: Suit

The American Horse Council, Inc. and its Foundation filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Colorado against its former communications director Ashley Furst and her husband, Christopher. ...
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American Horse Council Inc et al v. Ashley Furst and Christopher Furst.

The American Horse Council, Inc. and its Foundation filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Colorado against its former communications director Ashley Furst and her husband, Christopher. ...
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Detectives arrested Always and Forever Horse Rescue manager Jess Ahumada after an investigation revealed he diverted funds meant for the pseudo-horse rescue.

Horse Rescue Director Embezzled Funds: Sheriff

Investigation continues The director of a California horse rescue is accused of stealing cash and equipment leading to his arrest. Detectives arrested Always and Forever Horse Rescue manager Jess Ahumada after an in...
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Cutting Horses Dakota Harrell Texas

Texas Cowgirl Indicted in $500K+ Theft

[caption id="attachment_10292" align="alignright" width="150"] Dakota Harrell[/caption] Texas Cutting Loper A Texas assistant cutting horse trainer allegedly stole more than $500,000 from a horse owner. A Cooke C...
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Stone River Farms in Texas

Stone River Farms Owner Indicted on Theft, ID Fraud

A Parker County Grand Jury indicted the owner of Stone River Farms on charges of credit card abuse and fraudulent use or possession of identifying information. Lauren Stone, of Brock, TX is accused of stealing ov...
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STATE OF CONNECTICUT v. AMY RADER-FRICK

Amy Rader-Frick owns White Birch Farm in Portland, Connecticut. It is a horse boarding, riding, and training facility geared at the Quarter Horse industry. A judge recently sentenced Rader-Frick's husband in a murder-...
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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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The State of South Carolina vs Bennie Lynn Clawson

The State of South Carolina vs Bennie Lynn Clawson

Paint horse breeder Bennie Lynn Clawson pleaded guilty to stealing money from a fund she set up for car accident victim and former American Junior Paint Horse Association (AjPHA) president Banks Ready. Clawson has a ...
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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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KRYSTAL ZUFELT, Plaintiff, v. ASHLEY OLLES, a/k/a ASHLEY C. BUSTER, AMANDA O’BRIEN, a/k/a AMANDA C. BUSTER and AMANDA BUSTER O’BRIEN, dba VALLEY VIEW RANCH, Defendants.

A suit alleges Amanda O'Brien of Valley View Ranch, in Texas, acted as the plaintiff's horse sales agent for two American Quarter Horses, but refuses to turn the sales funds over. Click to view the documents in the cas...
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Fugitive TN Hunter/Jumper Trainer Charged with Forgery

Fugitive TN Hunter/Jumper Trainer Charged with Forgery, Theft

Charges have been filed against a Tennessee hunter/jumper trainer that is accused of stealing funds from the Hendersonville horse farm that employed her. Julia Hill is charged with five counts of fraudulent use of a credi...
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STATE OF TENNESSEE vs. JULIA IRENE HILL

STATE OF TENNESSEE vs. JULIA IRENE HILL

Hunter/jumper trainer Julia Hill is charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, forgery, theft, and being a fugitive from justice after she allegedly stole from the stable she was working for in Tennessee....
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Deputies Need Help Identifying Accused Saddle Thief

California Police: Accused Saddle Thief Arrested, Charged

A public tip helped lead to the arrest of a man accused of stealing more than $180,000 in hunter/jumper saddles. California authorities say they arrested Gregory Dale Andersen. The 49-year-old was allegedly using the ali...
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The State of Texas vs Wesley Bailey Stallings

The State of Texas vs Wesley Bailey Stallings

Wes Stallings of S2 Performance Horse in Gainesville, Texas is charged with felony theft of property....
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Billy Hamilton Spending Christmas Behind Bars

Billy Hamilton Spending Christmas Behind Bars

Billy Hamilton went before the parole hearing board in November, and was granted an early release for "good time served." He became eligible to be released or transferred on December 20....
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Crundwell Appears on State Charges

Crundwell Appears on State Charges

Former quarter horse breeder Rita Crundwell made her first appearance in a Lee County court Monday. The fired Dixon comptroller was charged with 60 felony counts of theft by the state in September....
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Motion Filed to Sell Crundwell Horses

Former AQHA Breeder Faces 60 New Felony Counts

Former American Quarter Horse Breeder Rita Crundwell has been indicted on 60 counts of felony theft. A grand jury handed down the charges against the former city comptroller who allegedly stole $53 million to support her...
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Rita Crundwell: Free on Bond

Rita Crundwell: Free on Bond

A World Champion AQHA horse breeder accused of stealing millions to support her lavish horse show habit is out on bond a day after she was arrested by federal agents....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

STATE OF TENNESSEE, v. BRIAN MARK DRIGGERS.

A Marshall County grand jury indicted the Defendant Brian Mark Driggers for six counts of forgery and six counts of theft of property. On appeal, he contended the evidence is insufficient to support his convictions....
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