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A 10-person, Amarillo, Texas, federal court jury unanimously ruled today that the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) violated the rights of two horse owners by not letting them register their cloned horses.
At the same time, the jury did not award any financial damages to the two plaintiffs, Canadian, Texas rancher Jason Abraham and Amarillo veterinarian Gregg Veneklasen. The verdict also does not compel the AQHA to start allowing the registration of clones. Attorneys for the plaintiffs, though, said it opens the door for an upcoming ruling by the judge regarding whether the AQHA has to register clones and their offspring.
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Omega Alpha Equine Quarter Horse News/Horsecity.com Action Photo Contest. Along with the photo, Tiffany submitted this caption: “Miss N Blue Olive, aka ‘Smokey,’ at her second branding ever, and she handled it like a pro!!!”Congratulations to Tiffany Schwenke of Gillette, Wyoming! Her photo won this week’s
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antitrust trial pitting horse cloning proponents against the American Quarter Horse Association.An Amarillo federal court jury will resume deliberations Monday in an
Jurors deliberated two hours Friday before deciding to return to deliberations Monday.
John Carter, 87, a National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Hall Of Fame member and the father of two NCHA Hall Of Fame member trainers, died Wednesday, July 24 following lingering complications from an injury early this year. A memorial service will take place Monday, July 29, at 6 p.m. in Fort Worth, Texas, at Will Rogers Coliseum.
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular Amateur finals were all squeezed into a single day of cutting in Will Rogers Coliseum. The morning of July 24 in Fort Worth kicked off with the Derby Amateur, where Robert Tieperman and Matthew Dedden tied for the Championship.