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Horse lovers gallup to Arabian show; ‘a spectacle of horsemanship,’ says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of Equine Law

Posted by   /  February 13, 2020  /  Equine News  /  No Comments

Supermodel Erin Naas loves horses and anxiously anticipates the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show every year. /Photo by Chris Mortenson/Progress staff photographer By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | Progress Staff Writer Erin Naas was born obsessed with horses. From the time she could walk or talk, Naas and her mom attended Mommy and Me riding lessons in her […]

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These horses are too young to die; ‘unified governing agency’ would benefit industry, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, Equine Law director

Posted by   /  December 2, 2019  /  Equine News, Sports  /  No Comments

Fair treatment of Thoroughbreds means they will at least get a chance to grow up. By Sally Eckhoff | The New York Times In 1972, the year before Secretariat made racing history, I was raking manure around a fenced-in patch of dirt in Laurel Hollow, N.Y. I was a teenage rider. My world was horses. The […]

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My pet peeve

Posted by   /  July 1, 2019  /  By Phil Riske, Equine News, Off-Beat News  /  No Comments

“Animal Cops Phoenix” features (from left) Kelley Mallon, Mark Smith, Cynthia McGuire, Andy Gallo and Ruthie Jesus. /Photo: Alex DeForest By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer  We hear a lot about child abuse. We don’t hear enough about pet/animal abuse. One only has to follow numerous cases in the Phoenix area or watch one edition […]

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The Mane Event: Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Photo

Posted by   /  June 1, 2019  /  Equine News, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

Gemany: Wild horses gallop in the arena at Merfelder Bruch during the annual wild horse catch./Photograph: Ina Fassbender/Getty Images

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Would ‘horse therapy’ make you better at your job?

Posted by   /  March 10, 2019  /  Equine News, Featured News  /  No Comments

  By Kate Donnelly | via The Wall Street Journal nteracting with horses are hardly unknown. In around 400 B.C., Greek physician Hippocrates touted the effects of horse riding in his writings, as did Italian physician Girolamo Mercuriale in 1569 and French doctor Clément-Joseph Tissot in 1780. These days, the herd animals are being tapped […]

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Oregon judge throws out lawsuit filed by horse against former owner

Posted by   /  September 19, 2018  /  Courts/Law, Equine News  /  No Comments

  ABC News A horse is a horse of course, but he can’t be a plaintiff and sue his neglectful owner – which is apparently something that needed to be said. A judge in Oregon tossed out the lawsuit filed on behalf of a horse named Justice (yes, you read that right) against his owner […]

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Can a neglected animal sue?

Posted by   /  August 15, 2018  /  Courts/Law, Equine News  /  No Comments

Seeking justice for Justice the horse By Karin Brulliard  | The Washington Post (ESTACADA, Ore.)– Justice is an 8-year-old American quarter horse who used to be named Shadow. And when he was named Shadow, he suffered. At a veterinarian’s exam last year, he was 300 pounds underweight, his black coat lice-ridden, his skin scabbed and […]

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Despite 2016 law, Salt River horses remain unmanaged; Rose Law Group equine attorney Adam Trenk rides in with comment

Posted by   /  August 2, 2018  /  Equine News  /  No Comments

  By Joseph Postiglione  |  Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting |Photos by Ramona Howard Every year, thousands of people visit the Salt River in the Tonto National Forest to enjoy scenic views of the Sonoran Desert along the riparian area. The natural ecosystem of the Salt River includes a canopy of mesquite, juniper, cottonwoods and […]

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Tiny, tiny horse was near death: Rose Law Group Reporter Heroes

Posted by   /  July 7, 2018  /  Equine News  /  No Comments

By KTAR.com Volunteers are caring around the clock for a tiny Salt River wild horse that was found alone in the Tonto National Forest. He was overheated, dehydrated and couldn’t stand up when the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group came to the rescue. The nonprofit group picked up the newborn in the Coon Bluff […]

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Pinal lassoes hundreds of Canadian ropers

Posted by   /  May 26, 2018  /  Equine News, Sports  /  No Comments

By Heather Smathers | PinalCentral Canadians come to Pinal County not only to take advantage of the warm winter weather, but a large contingent also comes for the calf roping. About 450 Canadians participated in the Maple Leaf Classic, a team roping event held Thursday during Cowboys Days & O’Odham Tash. Participants ranged in age […]

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