It was a massive seizure of horses from an Eastern Shore farm. More than 130 animals are involved, and authorities are saying most are suffering from some form of neglect.
A major case of animal neglect. This time it involves more than a dozen horses at a farm on the Eastern Shore.
Preakness 2011 is only 10 weeks away. Excitement is building, especially after the Maryland Jockey Club announced this year’s musical acts coming to the infield.
An Oakland man is serving a 20-day jail term for cruelty to horses.
Despite the foundering economy and dwindling racing industry, the state’s horse industry is still contributing to the economy and holding its own in some segments, says a recent Maryland Equine Census — the first in nearly a decade.
Police in Charles County are tracking down leads in an unusual case of animal cruelty. A horse was shot.
A historic preservation advocate is asking the city of Frederick to say nay to runaway development of a site that is believed to have produced one of George Washington’s horses.
At least 100,000 horses each year are taken from the United States to be slaughtered. But a local campaign is hoping to change that.
A Maryland state official says the Preakness Stakes is “safe,” but details are still being worked out on the scheduling of live racing that has threatened the race.