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Too Bad Nobody
Took Him Home...
Horse Cruelty Information
Title 18, Section 5511
The Henneke Body Scoring Chart is accepted in court as a scientific method of scoring a horse's body condition. It is used successfully in court to prove neglect.
PA State Police arrest horse dealer at PA horse auction
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Down and bleeding inside a trailer with Maine license plates at a New Holland, PA auction. Reportedly the horse later died. No charges were ever filed. Blood was pooling on the ground under and outside the trailer.
Down Belgian was down all day at a PA horse auction. Several bystanders attempted to get the horse to rise. A vet was never called...
The Labor Day Mares
A Mule & 2 Standardbreds-
Downed Filly Shipped
The Horse that the Killers Refused & the Vet Passed
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The Horse That the Killers Refused & the Vet Passed
Remember what Dr. Temple Grandin, Department of Animal Sciences,
" The New Holland sale will not accept horses that are severely lame or in very poor condition. "
The "killer buyers" refused to buy this horse...the New Holland vet okayed this horse for sale.
(d) Selling or using disabled horse.--
And how in the world could this auction be considered the,"nearest available appropriate facility" ???
An auction SELLS horses.Look up the word "auction" in the dictionary.
The New Holland Police Department is the law enforcement agency that investigated this alleged act of cruelty.No charges were filed, because reportedly the New Holland auction VET okayed the horse for work!!
Would the vet testify to that in court & advise a client to ride this horse?
What would happen if the horse went down with a rider?
Just what horses are cruel to work?
What true horsemen would condone the transportation of this horse from PA to be sold for meat, and then transported to a holdover farm in New Jersey or New York before finally making the final trip to Texas or Canada in an overcrowded cattle truck with no food, no water, no rest, and not enough ventilation??
This whole process could last a week or more...
All this pain and suffering so some owner and a a few so called horse dealers could squeeze the last few dollars out of him...
They Are Still Alive...
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