Hmmmm...usually the livestock owner is liable for damage if it's on the road. If it's off the road with someone holding it and the driver swerves and hits it, well, I'd check into that. Sounds awful no matter what.
As for the grammar police here...I worked as a proofreader for an equine newspaper for a number of years. It may not look like it as I have gotten lazy. But I'm here to say you guy are amateurs. : ) My former boss and very good friend can find errors just about anywhere. A menu, a highway billboard, the name of a business on the front of a building, you name it. One day I'm looking for a correct spelling in the dictionary (before the days of spell check and a computer on every desk) and there, on a page, is a word with a red circle with the error marked. One little typo in 10 bazillion words and she found it. She's still a stickler but I figure an error isn't terminal, and sometimes they can be really funny. You can bet I proofed this reply about 10 times and probably still made an error someplace!
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