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Matt Martin and Debi Connor are being sued by Martin's former Georgia client for allegations of fraud.

Horse Trainers Martin, Connor Sued for Shady Sales Practices

Plaintiff Lynn Kassem, of Georgia, is also suing Florida horse agent and trainer Debi Connor. The suit claims ‘many’ of almost $1 million in horses purchased by Kassem, with Matt Martin’s help, came through Debi...
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Tiana Hornickel, Plaintiff, v. Mario A. Contreras, Tom Reed, and Eva Haron, Defendants.

Mario Contreras is accused of the fraudulent misrepresentation and sale of a client's Andalusian stallion for $150,000. He was allegedly assisted by horse trainers Tom Reed of Florida and Eva Haron of Michigan to create...
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Florida Horse Sales: Do You Know the Law?

Florida Horse Sales: Do You Know the Law?

Florida offers horse buyers additional protections when it comes to purchasing an equine. Do you know what a bill of sale must include in Florida? Do you know what information must be disclosed about the sale horse in Flo...
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ANDRONICKI MICHELLE SHAH, Plaintiff, vs. VALERIE RENIHAN and MELINDA (MINDY) DARST, Defendants.

Pony trainer Mindy Darst and another top hunter jumper trainer, Val Renihan are being sued for allegedly making fraudulent claims, through their agent, Sarah Doyle, in order to sell a lesser pony for $100,000 at the 2011...
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The Truth: Horse Sales and Undisclosed Commissions

The Truth: Horse Sales and Undisclosed Commissions

In 1997, the Neal family engaged internationally known dressage trainer Sjef Janssen to sell their horse. Janssen told the Neals that he could only get $312,000 for Aristocrat, but unbeknownst to the Neals, Janssen actu...
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