Jodi DeLong

Articles by Jodi DeLong

Poisonous Plant Risk Increases as Pasture Grass Goes Dormant

As autumn rolls around, pastures become depleted as grass and plant growth slows prior to going dormant for winter. So, it's not surprising that this time of year can also bring an increase in reports of horses becoming ill from Read More

Herd of 100 Seized Horses Placed in Permanent Homes

In late February 2008, officials from the Alberta Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals seized a herd of more than 100 horses and other animals from a ranch near Edmonton Read More

Stolen Stallion Update: Capone Still Not Home

It's been a long and frustrating six weeks for horse trainer Douglas Spink and the syndicate who own show-jumping stallion Capone 1. The stallion was allegedly stolen from his stable in Bellingham, Wash., on May 16.

While Spink says the Read More

Developments in the Case of Missing Holsteiner Stallion

The case of missing show jumping stallion Capone 1 continues to fascinate, with the latest wrinkle being the admission by one of the stallion's former handlers that she took the horse from his stable.

Corinne Super of Chilliwack, British Read More

Show Jumping Stallion Capone 1 Reported Missing

The story of a multimillion-dollar show jumping stallion allegedly stolen from his stall has horse enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists scratching their heads.

Capone 1, a 12-year-old Holsteiner stallion owned by the investment syndicate Read More

Service Pony Recovers from Health Crisis

Thanks to the skill and kindness of several Texas veterinarians, a blind woman's assistive guide pony is recuperating from serious illness.

Trixie is a nearly 14-year-old Pony of the Americas mare, and she has been Tabitha Darling's service Read More

100 Horses Seized from Alberta Farm, Recovering

Officials removed a herd of 100 horses from a farm near Edmonton, Alberta, Feb. 26, after the Alberta Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) received complaints about the animals allegedly being without food or shelter. The Read More