Horse tale goes back to court again

ANNIE YAMSON | Daily Reporter
Published: 08/05/2014

A 7-year-old case involving a skittish horse was remanded yet again last week when the Ninth District Court of Appeals ruled that the Summit County Court of Common Pleas must determine whether the horse’s owner’s conduct was wanton.

Case summary states that, in 2007, Donald Landfair boarded two horses, Patty and Annie, at CJS Standardbreed Stables in Wayne County.

Ernest Smith owned and operated CJS and his daughter, Roshel Smith, worked at the stables.

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