Spooner v. Clemmons
Defendant’s horse was maintained adequately, and defendant did not act carelessly in keeping or caring for the horse where (1) defendant maintained the horse within a corral and electrified hot wire fence that was functioning properly; (2) the horse had never escaped from the property before the night of the incident; (3) an expert opined that an extreme situation occurred which caused the horse to escape, such as a third party trying to steal the horse; and (4) defendant’s wife arrived at the accident and saw that the horse had a lead, but she removed the horse’s lead and would have never left the six- to eight-foot lead on the horse.
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