Horse Owners Say Case Could Have Far-Reaching Impact

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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If one horse bites a person, does that make all equines dangerous? The biting horse in question did not appear before the Connecticut Supreme Court last week,, but his name could go down in history.

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  • Victoria Ashton

    My thoughts are that there should not be CT General Statutes concerning horses as possible dangerous animals. The equine lawyer noted the right answer. Horses are not predatory animals, rather prey animals. Why hurt the whole industry because of one case which seems to be irresponsible parenting or another issue that isn't related to the overall industry nor explained well-enough for my understanding? It is sad to blame an animal who didn't intend to hurt a child.

    victoria ashton

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