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    01-30-2013, 10:31 PM
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I hope she is still sitting in jail.

One question though. Did she have a husband, friend, lover, or other live-in companion? She may not be the only person that is responsible here.
     
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    01-30-2013, 10:57 PM
  #112
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Originally Posted by Celeste    
I hope she is still sitting in jail.

One question though. Did she have a husband, friend, lover, or other live-in companion? She may not be the only person that is responsible here.
As of when my friend moved out, she didn't have a boyfriend, or live in. Her mother, maybe? And her son. Not sure if her mother lived with her or nearby. But the teenage son was getting into trouble already, and I don't know if it was teenager acting up or more. But no man in the house.
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    01-30-2013, 10:58 PM
  #113
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I imagine that the teenager is bad news being raised by someone that is evil.
     
    01-30-2013, 11:47 PM
  #114
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Yes it is a crying shame. She is a selfish B***H, She probably did not want anyone else having her horses. Probably of the mindset if she couldn't have them nobody would. A very sick individual.

On another note 100 horses were found dead on 2 farms owned by one rancher in North Dakota and 133 horses still living in poor shape.
I am ashamed of the human race!!!
     
    01-30-2013, 11:47 PM
  #115
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Originally Posted by Celeste    
I hope she is still sitting in jail.

One question though. Did she have a husband, friend, lover, or other live-in companion? She may not be the only person that is responsible here.
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We are a multi-generational family owned horse
Farm in NW Pennsylvania. The Shatormar comes from combining the first three
Letters of first names: Shawn, Tory and Mary. Sha-Tor-Mar became Shatormar
Arabians, to acknowledge that this is 3 generations of horse lovers.
I would assume Mary is her mother (also involved in the story of Kahlua) and Shawn is her child, but too young to have any responsibility for this, trouble maker or not.
     
    01-31-2013, 01:09 AM
  #116
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This was posted on Fugly, so Sonora, her foal, and a gelding are safe at least.

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For anyone who is interested, my wife and I have RWR Sonora on our farm in Western PA. We live just several miles from the farm where Tory Morgan kept her horses in Pennsylvania before she moved them to West Virginia. We stopped last spring looking for a gelding to train for our granddaughter. Tory had one that she was more than willing to part with. He is a very nice part-Arab. While we were looking at him, we saw a very pregnant paint mare. We inquired as to her availability. We were told that we could have her on a lease. Conditions there were so bad that we were willing to take as many horses as we could. So when we went to pick up Sonora and the gelding, Sonora had a 4 day-old colt. So we got all 3! After hearing about the horrendous tragedy in West Virginia, we just thank God that saved who we could! So Sonora, who we call “Mama”, her foal Dickens, and Lucky (how appropriate!) the gelding are doing very well at our farm. We are going to train the adults this summer!
Too bad she wasn't reported then, however.
     
    01-31-2013, 12:18 PM
  #117
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
I would assume Mary is her mother (also involved in the story of Kahlua) and Shawn is her child, but too young to have any responsibility for this, trouble maker or not.
Yes, that is right.
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    01-31-2013, 12:24 PM
  #118
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
This was posted on Fugly, so Sonora, her foal, and a gelding are safe at least.

Too bad she wasn't reported then, however.
I believe she was reported, more than once, but kept wiggling out of it, somehow, and given more chances.
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    01-31-2013, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by RockyTrails    
I am ashamed of the human race!!!

Be ashamed and disgusted at the people who do this, not the entire human race. 99.9% of humanity wouldn't do things like this.

Don't paint everyone (except yourself of course!) with such a broad brush.
     
    01-31-2013, 12:33 PM
  #120
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I want to add, I can see how people can fall on hard times, and have issues. Here in the midwest, we had such a severe drought last summer that we were feeding hay in June. Soon people could not even give horses away, anyone who could take extras already have. I have been very lucky and had already dispensed most of my herd, due to my having cancer. I am paying $65 a roll for hay, and I have a great hay guy selling to me at cost. Some people can't get hay at all. Its being hauled in. So my horses have stayed fat. But I see horses everywhere not doing so good. You cannot drive down the road without seeing thin animals. I haven't bred any in five years. What I can't see is the sheer neglect and still breeding mares. We won't keep what we can't feed, so sure didn't want to add babies that we will have to keep and feed.
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