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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 5:56 pm 
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Ryder's River Ridge Farm in Natchiitoches, Louisiana


have a look:
https://www.facebook.com/#!/media/set/? ... 522&type=1

picture taken yesterday and they are dying sherif won't move pretends that it will improve yet this guy still runs horses at the track...And this is what the poor horses on his farm look like
Anybody here from La able to help solve this!!!!!

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HELP Guys

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:23 pm 
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Look at the photos , taken TODAY by Donna Keen, and then make some calls to those in Louisiana who need to get on this now!




District Attorney for Natchitoches Parish - Hon Van H. Kyzar 318-357-2214
Victor L. Jones, Sheriff, Natchitoches Parish, 318-3526432
District Judge, Natchitoches Parish - Hon. Dee Hawthorne 318-357-2209
Office of the Attorney General - James D. Buddy Caldwell 225-326-6200
e-mail for the Attn General Criminal Division (criminalinfo@ag.state.la.us)

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Firel Ryder was still running horses at Delta in december 2012...

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Apparently this kind of thing is pretty widespread in LA. A client of mine bought a mare from an established TB farm in LA last March and this is what she looked like straight off the trailer with her foal due in just two weeks:

http://s50.beta.photobucket.com/user/ma ... sort=3&o=1

The driver told me "everything on that farm looks like that". In Lexington, a few stallion managers I chatted with told me horror stories of horses they sent to LA that died or disappeared. Mainly mares, but stallions that were not cared for also. One manager commented, "They just do things different there."

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And I contacted many Louisiana people...nobody care...Our industry is dying for many reasons and two of the main ones are drug and horse abuse...and nobody wants to do anything.This is a classic case of apathy so common in America. Apathy is the worst vice here in our countries.And we are being oblitered because of it. I am ashame of the horseracing industry as a whole and horse people as a group.And yes I know Madeleine,Louisiana is a terrible state for horse abuse and other animals too but that should not stop "good" people to react...I just wonder,is there any humans with souls left?

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[quote="madelyn"]Apparently this kind of thing is pretty widespread in LA. A client of mine bought a mare from an established TB farm in LA last March and this is what she looked like straight off the trailer with her foal due in just two weeks:

http://s50.beta.photobucket.com/user/ma ... sort=3&o=1

The driver told me "everything on that farm looks like that". In Lexington, a few stallion managers I chatted with told me horror stories of horses they sent to LA that died or disappeared. Mainly mares, but stallions that were not cared for also. One manager commented, "They just do things different there."[/quote]






Yep theres a few farms in Kentucky that do the same thing. Dont feed there horses. Quit making it look like Louisiana is the only state that doesnt feed there horses.


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Sylvie, you can bet your bottom dollar that I am going to be burning up some phone lines tomorrow!

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Im not sticking up for the farm but quit making it out like this state is the only state that does this you goofball.


Yes this guy needs to go to jail no doubt i agree there.


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As I said in the other thread, those that think I AM wrong about this situation are ones that are guilty themselves. For Shame.

You are so right S.H.

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erhrdt3 wrote:
As I said in the other thread, those that think I AM wrong about this situation are ones that are guilty themselves. For Shame.

You are so right S.H.


I haven't read one word from a poster that thinks you are wrong about feeling the way you do. Objections to what you are saying are directed to the way you are saying what you think, and your gross generalizations about things you don't know anything about.


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It looks like LA Horse Rescue has the horses now...

www.lahorserescue.com

JANUARY 20, 2013

LHRA has taken in 47 horses from the Ryder Farm in Natchitoches where reportedly more horses are at risk. Of the 47 horses in Quarantine at an Alexandria farm, two have succumbed to the effect of months of starvation. The majority of the horses are young - from short yearlings to three year olds; although there are at least 7 mares in the group, and 8 mares that arrived in 2012.<<<<<<<<<<<

and from Facebook...

https://www.facebook.com/LHRA1

IN TRYING TO IDENTIFY/RECONCILE THE MARES IN OUR POSESSION FROM THE RYDER FARM, WE ARE ASKING FOR YOUR INPUT ON ANY OF THE HORSES BELOW - IF YOU KNOW OF THERE WHEREABOUTS TODAY/HAVE AN UPDATE ON THEM, PLEASE PROVIDE IT. THIS IS THE LIST OF MARES WHO WERE LAST REPORTED AS BEING AT RYDER'S FARM:
HORSE NAME BIRTH DATE DAM
A LITTLE HOPE 1/1/2005 TOWN RANSOM
ANY TIME NOW 1/1/1987 PRINCESS PROWESS
APRICOT 1/1/1997 CHANGE IN STATUS
ARTSY ANNIE 1/1/2001 GAYLORD'S ANNIE
BAMBY 1/1/1997 MISS HEIDI
BEHRENS' SLEW 1/1/2003 FLORAMERA
BINNACLE 1/1/1990 FINDER'S REWARD
BUSY SIGNAL 1/1/1991 UTE PEAK
CARR STAR 1/1/1991 COLD AS A WITCH'S
CEE AGAIN 1/1/2000 SING AGAIN
COOL ROBBERY 1/1/1995 CLASSIC ROBERY
COUNTRY SCENE 1/1/1995 LOBSANG S DILEMA
FLYING RELAUNCH 1/1/1994 FLYING DAMSEL
GOIN WIDE 1/1/1999 FIT FOR A PRINCESS
GOTTA GEAUX KRISSY 1/1/1996 YOURSFORTHEASKING
GUVNER ANA 1/1/1992 TWIGA
HANNAHANNABOBANNA 1/1/1995 RAKSH
HOH HOH HOH 1/1/2001 HOH FLYER
ICE BRIDE 1/1/1999 LA GROUPIE
INDEPENDENCE BAY 1/1/1999 DUAL BLESSING
INMUSICALFLIGHT 1/1/1997 HAGLEYS WORLD
ITCHING TO GO 1/1/1997 TALCUM DEE
JULE CITY 1/1/2005 LIL LINZER
JULIE'S GO BABY GO 1/1/2000 NAVAL TALK
LADY DR. ESKIMO 1/1/1989 READER'S FILLE
LADY SEFA 1/1/2005 LADY DR. ESKIMO
LEASEARS 1/1/1991 CLOUDY SEAS
LINDA GREELEY 1/1/1999 SLY ISABELLA
LOBSANG S DILEMA 1/1/1989 DEE'S DELIMA
MAGNET LADY 1/1/1996 MISS ELKTON
MEGAN'S LOCKET 1/1/1994 JANE'S POCKET
MIRACLE BABE 1/1/1997 MIRACLE CURE
MISS ANNA BANANA 1/1/2000 ALABAMA ANNE
MISSIONACOMPLISHED 1/1/1999 SWEAR TO ME
MOLLY MULHOLLUN 1/1/2004 LOVELY AND PROUD
MORONI 1/1/1998 PALANGANA
MUSH MM 1/1/1993 MUSH
MUSIC FEST 1/1/2004 SPANISH GUITAR
NEITHER NOR 1/1/1989 LEAP IN TIME
NEWS SCENE 1/1/1997 CLEBURNE
ONE MORE DANCE 1/1/1999 BELOCCO
PRESTONS CARR 1/1/1997 COPRA
QUEENHANNA 1/1/1994 STRONGQUEEN
RED EYE GRAVY 1/1/1999 MUD IN YOUR EYE
ROCK THE RANCH 1/1/1998 FEMININE DECOR
SCENE THREE 1/1/1990 PACHUTO'S SCENE
SIBERIAN KITTY 1/1/2000 MUSH MM
STORMY MISTY 1/1/2001 DAZZLING BRIDE
TERRA FIRMA 1/1/2001 RATERA
THREESIXTYFIVE 1/1/2002 QUEEN LIVIA
TIME TO BUY 1/1/2001 EAST COAST TIME
TOOLITTLETOOLATE 1/1/2003 QUIETALADY
WATER SKI 1/1/2000 LAKE TRAVIS
WILD AND RAKSHES 1/1/2001 RAKSH
X RAYEYES 1/1/2000 MEADOWLAKE AMY
ZAMANDA 1/1/1999 AMANDA'S WISH

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LHRA has taken in 47 horses from the Ryder Farm in Natchitoches where reportedly more horses are at risk. Of the 47 horses in Quarantine at an Alexandria farm, two have succumbed to the effect of months of starvation. The majority of the horses are young - from short yearlings to three year olds; although there are at least 7 mares in the group, and 8 mares that arrived in 2012.<<<<<<<<<<<

They took 47 of them but more are there still...And note that some were taken in 2012 as well and 2 have already succombed of starvation since yesterday.

Now what were you saying "officer"? Something like it ain't that bad ???And it is getting better?
And this guy has horses racing a few days ago,what are the racing officials doing???Where are the stewards when needed???

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Sylvie Hebert wrote:
Now what were you saying "officer"? Something like it ain't that bad ???And it is getting better?
And this guy has horses racing a few days ago,what are the racing officials doing???Where are the stewards when needed???


I was merely posting that it looks like LA Horse Rescue has them and included links so people could contact the rescue group if they felt so inclined.

I was glad that it seems to be in the process of being addressed. This is exactly why I hate posting on this forum. It looks like you're suggesting that I feel this isn't a bad situation and that's simply not so.

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Sorry for assuming this bayrabicano...

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