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Suits Filed in Double D Ranch Case

Compiled by Melissa Stevens with information from an article in the March 3, 2004, Lexington Herald Leader.

Sally and Joe Jackson, owners of CH Wild Eyed and Wicked and Cats Don’t Dance, have filed suit against Dena Lopez’s Double D Ranch for negligence, misrepresentation and breach of contract.

According to an article in the March 3, 2004, edition of the Lexington Herald Leader, Sally and Joe Jackson of Overland Park, Kan., filed a civil suit last week in U.S. District Court claiming that “Double D Ranch failed to inform them of the injuries to their horses, misrepresented the conditions of the animals and failed to obtain timely and appropriate veterinary care.”

These allegations are listed in a countersuit to a civil suit filed in Woodford Circuit Court by Double D Ranch seeking payment in the amount of $13,172.90 from the Jacksons for the care and training of Wild Eyed and Wicked, Cats Don’t Dance and, another horse owned by the Jacksons, Renaissance Affair.

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