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Donald E. Sanders, DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
2837 Old Troy Pike
Urbana OH 43078
USA
phone: 937-371-8330
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Donald E. Sanders, DVM, is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenology, the branch of veterinary medicine concerned with reproduction, including the physiology and pathology of male and female reproductive systems of animals and the clinical practice of veterinary obstetrics, gynecology, and andrology.

A practicing veterinarian since 1968, Dr. Sanders has consulted on the reproduction of cattle, horses, swine, sheep, and small animals in Ohio and throughout the continental United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Russia, South Korea, China, and Japan. He was named by Bovine Practitioner Journal as one of the Top 20 Bovine Veterinarians in North America in 2013 and has authored numerous books on cattle and swine reproduction. From 2006-2013, Dr. Sanders served as an Associate Clinical Professor for the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State University, Marysville, Ohio.

Litigation Support - Dr. Sanders has been providing expert witness services to the legal industry for over 25 years. His services are available to counsel representing Plaintiff and Defense. Dr. Sanders has testified at depositions and court and reviewed and/or wrote reports in preparation for court. His cases involve Food Animal Agriculture / Agribusiness Investigations including:
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Animal Reproduction / Breeding
  • Animal Science / Genomics
  • Animal Testing
  • Stray Voltage
  • Animal Nutrition / Disease / Welfare
  • Toxicology
  • Antibiotic Contamination - Feed, Milk, Meat
  • Water Quality
  • Animal Housing
  • Small Animal Medicine
  • Food Animal Management
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    Donald Sanders, DVM, DACT, PAS
    A complete guide to raising pigs for exhibit or profit.
    Donald Sanders, DVM, DACT, PAS
    This book is your reference for raising a heifer calf from her birth to birthing a calf of her own.
    Donald Sanders, DVM, DACT, PAS
    his book provides a wealth of practical information invaluable to 4-H participants and small scale farm operators who plan to raised dairy feeder calves for show or dairy feeders for market.
    Donald Sanders, DVM, DACT, PAS
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    Interactive Horsemanship Center
    Rod W. Bergen, PE
    23939 Ventura Blvd.
    Calabasas CA 91302
    USA
    phone: 818-591-7896
    fax: 818-222-6911
    Rod Bergen has an extensive education and background in Horse Behavior and Horsemanship. Mr. Bergen is nationally certified as an Advanced (Level III) Horseback Riding Instructor by the American Riding Instructors Association (ARIA) in Dressage, Recreational Riding and Mounted Patrol. He has owned and managed horse training, breeding and boarding facilities for over 30 years. He is a Certified Equine Appraiser and member of the American Association of Equine Appraisers.

    Mr. Bergen is qualified to testify as an Equine Forensic Consultant in the California Superior Courts. He has served as a Horse Expert in over 40 legal cases (including 5 deaths) involving horses and horse facilities. Mr. Bergen is listed with the L.A. County Bar Association as an Equine Forensic Consultant / Expert Horse Witness.

    Specialties:
    • Personal Injury & Property Damage
    • Equine Accident Reconstruction
    • Horse Facility Evaluations
    • Riding Equipment Suitability
    • Horsemanship Safety Standard of Care
    • Equine Problems & Personal Liability Issues During Competitions
    • Trail Riding
    • Parades
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    J. Cooke (Formerly Known As: J. McEwan)
    Manager
    P.O. Box 607
    Barrington IL 60011
    USA
    phone: 847-277-7950
    J. Cooke

    is a Horse Trainer, an accredited Equine Appraiser, a certified riding instructor, a champion horse show rider since 1960, a winning and licensed thoroughbred race horse trainer and exercise rider, and has earned a graduate degree in paralegal studies. Currently she provides equine-related technical advice, consultation, and expert witness work in legal and non-legal related issues, to include risk assessment, risk management and risk reduction.

    See CV at website for additional background information. Call for rates and references.
    10/18/2001 · Injury
    Equine activity sponsors and professionals are not required to eliminate the risks inherent in horse sports, but they must use due care not to increase the risks to participants over and above those that naturally occur in equine

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    Bridget Brandon, ValueMyHorse LLC
    Bridget R. Brandon
    ASEA Certified Senior Equine Appraiser & Expert
    1817 Knight St.
    Argyle TX 76226
    USA
    phone: 817-454-4537
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    Bridget BrandonValueMyHorse Bridget Brandon of ValueMyHorse Equine Appraisals specializes in educating attorneys in case specific horse terminology, developing valuation appraisals, testifying in court, finding critical evidence, analyzing crucial facts, and creating relevant witness questions. She provides the legal community with a wide range of analysis, education and support for equine-related proceedings throughout the United States. ValueMyHorse services clients from any locality and any state needing expertise in the area of Sporthorses, Performance Horses, pleasure horses and breeding. Bridget has testimony experience and is qualified as an expert.

    USPAP certified, ValueMyHorse understands Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) compliance issues. They also know what it takes to comply with the IRS Federal Code of Regulations with respect to being “qualified” appraisers developing a “qualified” appraisal in accordance with AQB (Appraisal Qualifications Board). Whether to support business valuation and profit motive claims for dissolution of marriage, charitable donations of horses, estate valuation, partnership disputes, or IRS related issues, ValueMyHorse is available with regard to IRS Hobby Loss Issues, the Relevant Market, Type of Horse, Horse Show Issues, Breeding Issues, Boarding, Care, Custody and Control, Highest and Best Use, and Fungibility.

    Selected Case Examples
    • Appraised investment horse for syndication group law suit (plaintiff)
    • Appraised show jumper in lawsuit concerning misrepresentation of age (plaintiff)
    • Consulted on malpractice law suit concerning value of deceased dressage / breeding stallion - loss of income from stud fees and sale of offspring (defendant)
    • Appraised imported Grand Prix prospect in a trailer accident and eventually euthanized due to injuries (defendant)
    • Appraised dressage horse injured in care of veterinarian (defendant)
    • Appraised jumper injured in a trailer accident (defendant)
    • Appraised a deceased western pleasure show horse who was electrified (defendant)
    • Appraised reining horse for bank regarding defaulted loan (plaintiff)
    • Appraised jumper who died of injuries obtained while in her stall (defendant)
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    10/29/2012 · Animals
    On May 30, 2011, the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners became one step away from having the authority to regulate non-veterinarian equine dentists.

    4/5/2012 · Animals
    Because the cost of a lawsuit is so steep, make sure your "horse transaction" is memorialized with a lawyer-prepared, well-written contract. The small contract prep charge will be a fraction of litigation expenses and heartbreak. If you cannot locate an equine attorney, an attorney specializing in contracts will work just fine. It always amazes me that written contracts are not demanded of every horse purchase or sale. Even on "small&qout; transactions…demand them in writing or do not do the "deal&qout;!

    12/9/2011 · Animals
    There are some very important preliminary questions you should always ask when buying a horse. These screening questions should be asked right up front. If at all possible, you should ask these questions initially on the phone prior to seeing the horse.

    9/21/2011 · Animals
    You've decided to buy a horse and you have now located the horse of your dreams. There are a lot of emotions involved.

    8/3/2011 · Animals
    Open-ended horse deals are quickly coming to an end. Florida has a statute (Section 535.16 of the Florida Statutes) and the California Legislature recently amended a similar one that now requires written documentation for horse sales.