equine law

Edward S. ‘Ned’ Bonnie, Prominent Attorney And Horseman, Dies

Edward S,”Ned” Bonnie, a prominent attorney, horseman and regulator in Kentucky, died on Saturday night in Louisville. He was 88 years old. A graduate of the Hotchkiss School, Yale University and Yale Law School, Mr. Bonnie was retired from a long and distinguished career as attorney for Frost, Brown, Todd, LLC. He concentrated his practice in the […]

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Kentucky House Approves ‘Imperative’ Bill Classifying Horses As Livestock

The Kentucky House of Representatives Wednesday unanimously passed Senate Bill 139, which would amend the definition of livestock in Kentucky to include horses and equines. The bill now moves to Governor Matt Bevin for his signature. Securing livestock classification has been among the top policy priorities of the Kentucky Equine Education Project since its 2004 […]

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Ready, Aim, Whinny? Trainer Sentenced, Convicted Of Using Horse As Weapon

A Canadian horse trainer has been sentenced in a case during which a judge found him guilty of using a horse as a weapon. Terry Cardin of Valle Vista Stables in British Columbia was given 18 months probation, a $2,000 fine, and ordered to pay $660 in restitution after prosecutors say he tried to manipulate a […]

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Prominent Equine Attorney Harry Miller Dies at 89

Harry Miller, a prominent attorney in the area of equine law, died Monday, November 11, according to the Daily Racing Form. He was 89. Miller was a member of the firm Miller, Griffin, and Marks in Lexington, Ky., having joined his father there. At one time or another during his career, Miller represented such owners […]

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