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A local hate group here in Brooksville, extending down to Gallops Stable in Ft. Myers, called for an investigation here at the DERR several months ago after we lost a horse to liver failure.

This group has been following our every move for several years now, insinuating and publicizing the worst possible scenario in every action, photo op, or status post to paint a horrific picture to the public with never seeking documented facts in any given situation.

After these fine folks called the Hernando Ag officer out to the DERR, the very next day Maryann Tobin posted on the Examiner this article with the assumption that Deputy Adkins had passed the inspection here at DERR. She worded the article to reflect her own opinion rather than to wait 2 months later for the “official document” proving the outcome of our inspection.

http://horseslovers.com/domino-effect-ranch-passes-inspection-with-malnourished-horses/

Maryann Tobin is a journalist who has been slandering and harassing the DERR since 2011 after her daughter and I had a disagreement followed by threats from her daughter stating that her mother would write false reports against the DERR to have us shut down.

Each article that is posted gives this “hate group” another link to spread around FB to influence others to view these negative reports as truth. Each article that is posted against the DERR remains tagged to our name on the Internet and can be viewed anytime our name is Googled. False reports written by Maryann Tobin with the personal intent to destroy the DERR.

These reports with Documentations can be found within my blogs under the category “The Tobins ~ CAll a Spade A Spade.”

Last week we did, however, receive the final report on the investigation that this hate group called for several of months ago. The report was unfounded and we were given a thumbs up for the great job that we continue to do here at the DERR.

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Nikki Tobin has used the following “fake” entities, “fake” names, and email addresses to harass and cyberstalk the DERR.

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With the following “fake names” she has tried to post numerous, slanderous messages on our blog page alone, not including the cyberstalking she has done against the DERR on Facebook.

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Below is the small clips of the article that Maryann Tobin posted in the Examiner on May 17, 2013, the day we put Leah to rest. I will NO LONGER share Maryann Tobin’s links on my FB page or blog page because she gets paid for every visitor that comes to her page. In essence, she is profiting with her efforts to destroy the DERR with her misinformation to the public in the form of insinuating malpractice on our part.

Below is the first part of Maryann Tobin’s article copied from her online post.

    Maryann Tobin States:

“On Friday morning, Robert and Dinelle Ashcraft of Domino Effect ranch in Weeki Wachee, Fla., waited for a backhoe to arrive so they could bury “Leah,” the third horse that has died in their care during the past 6 weeks.

On the Domino Effect ranch Facebook page, the Ashcraft’s said, “There is nothing fishy going on. We did lose 3 horses in the past 6 weeks and have vet reports documenting each one. All died from unpreventable causes. Each one was seen extensively by a vet and ALL were treated by the vet and us to the fullest extent. We have vet records documenting this.”

Leah’s sudden and rapid death was attributed by Ashcraft to “knotted up intestines,” more commonly known as colic.”

    Domino Effect shares EDUCATIONAL information:

Colic in horses is defined as abdominal pain, but it is a clinical sign rather than a diagnosis. The term colic can encompass all forms of gastrointestinal conditions which cause pain as well as other causes of abdominal pain not involving the gastrointestinal tract. The most common forms of colic are gastrointestinal in nature and are most often related to colonic disturbance. There are a variety of different causes of colic, some of which can prove fatal without surgical intervention. Colic surgery is usually an expensive procedure as it is major abdominal surgery, often with intensive aftercare. Among domesticated horses, colic is the leading cause of premature death. The incidence of colic in the general horse population has been estimated between 10 and 11 percent on an annual basis. It is important that any person who owns or works with horses be able to recognize the signs of colic and determine whether or not a veterinarian should be called.

    Domino Effect States:

In the morning on May 16, 2013, Bob awoke to Leah being down. Bob immediately called Brian, who was delivering a foal, and then Sarah. He was on the phone with both Sarah and Brian the whole morning and they were instructing us on how to treat her before they could get to us. Brian was delivering a foal, so he could not come right away. Leah had reflux with fluids coming out of her nose. Sarah thought at first it was choke.

Leah, May 3, 2013, just 2 weeks before she passed.

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We were able to get her on her feet and give her fluids just as we were told. We had her up and she was walking around on her own will with me leading her. Brian said he was on his way and that it was okay to let her lie down. We stopped walking and let her relax and within a few minutes she lied down. She started thrashing violently and then got a bad spasm throughout her whole body and then she died.

Brian arrived and we asked him to do a report for our records. He did a necropsy and found the small intestines to be twisted. Bob took pictures and you can see where there is healthy, white intestine, leading to red and then dark, purplish black where the intestines had knotted and died. There was no impaction and no way to prevent what happened to her yesterday.

After Leah died, Dr. Dillard did a necropsy and diagnosed her to have a strangulated lesion.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_colic

    Definition for the diagnosis of a strangulating obstruction [edit]

Strangulating obstructions have all the same pathological features as a simple obstruction, but the blood supply is immediately affected. Both arteries and veins may be affected immediately, or progressively as in simple obstruction. Common causes of strangulating obstruction are intussusceptions, volvulus and displacement of intestine through a hole, such as a hernia, a mesenteric rent, or the epiploic foramen.

Maryann Tobin States: “The other 2 horses that died at Domino Effect ranch, the most recent about two weeks ago, also suffered from similar colic-like symptoms.”

Domino Effect States: Maryann Tobin is very wrong with her above statement. The 2 horses that died previously here at the DERR did not die from the same “colic-like symptoms.”

Please refer to the following link:

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2013/05/08/dont-be-fooled-by-the-inexperienceddont-let-justices-death-be-in-vain/

    Justice’s symptoms were in no way related to colic.

Justice came to us just 10 days prior before we laid him to rest.

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Each day that Justice was in our care his symptoms progressed. He arrived very lethargic and depressed.

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His stools were loose with diarrhea. Within the first 2 days we noticed that he had no appetite. We also noticed that he was pinching the top layer of feed with his lips. Bob checked under his lips and found ulcers in his mouth.

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At the same time, he was noticed to have a bulge at the anus opening.

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“Diarrhea or constipation may be seen in animals with hepatic disease. Diarrhea is more commonly seen in cattle than in horses with chronic liver disease or in animals with chronic fascioliasis and hepatotoxic plant poisonings.”

Bob immediately called the vet and scheduled him to come out first thing in the morning. Dr. Brian arrived to find Justice to have a protruding rectum. Dr. Brian had thought at the time that this was due to the excessive diarrhea. He was thought to have stomach ulcers, as well as the mouth ulcers. Dr. Brian floated Justice’s teeth and put him on ranitidine for the ulcers.

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“Tenesmus followed by rectal prolapse is seen in some ruminants with liver disease. It may be associated with diarrhea, hepatic encephalopathy, or edema of the bowel from portal hypertension.”

The following day, the walls of Justice’s anus ruptured causing him to hemorrhage out his anal opening.

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Bob called Dr. Brian out on a 911 call to check Justice. Dr. Brian gave him medications to stop the diarrhea and other medications to help restore the nutrients, electrolytes, and absorb any toxins that may be in his system. Dr. Brian also did blood work on Justice to check for any organ damage.

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“Clinical signs of severe or terminal hepatic failure include coagulopathies and hemorrhage due to decreased production of clotting factors by the liver and possibly increased utilization in septic or inflammatory processes.”

Justice’s condition was quickly progressing. He was aimlessly walking, circling, head-pressing, and resting his head in our laps or on the steps. Justice’s condition accelerated to the point where he was suffering from HE (hepatic encephalopathy) with severe cerebral dysfunction causing him to be a great danger to himself and especially to others. First his front knees kept buckling underneath him and he would fall forward into the ground. This behavior became more violent, as he continuously lost control of his body, falling into anything or anyone that surrounded him. By the time we received the phone call with the test results, Justice’s condition was in the advanced stage of liver failure and within 24 hours we had to put Justice to rest.

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“Horses with hepatic encephalopathy may be aggressive or demonstrate repetitive behaviors that make restraint difficult.”

“Signs of hepatic encephalopathy range from nonspecific depression and lethargy to head pressing, circling, aimless walking, dysphagia, ataxia, dysmetria, persistent yawning, pica, increased friendliness, aggressiveness, stupor, seizures, or coma.”

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“In advanced cases, somnolence develops and obtunded behavior ensues. At this stage horses often show aggressive or violent behavior interspersed with the periods of stupor.”

After Justice’s diagnosis, we did some research concerning his condition. We learned that there were 8 horses that were seized from FER who suffered and died from liver failure due to eating poisonous plants out at FER. At the time the horses were seized from FER, a vet came out to update a coggins on each one of the horses. Justice had been seen to have “blood” in his urine prior to this, so his condition was described to the vet and the vet, therefore, prescribed an antibiotic for Justice without actually testing the urine.

After doing some research, I can’t help to wonder if this too was a sign. One of the symptoms of liver disease is high volumes of bilirubin being excreted through the urine causing it to be dark in color.

“In normal horses, the total bilirubin concentration is in the range of 0.2 to 5.0 mg/dL, with conjugated bilirubin in the range of 0 to 0.4 mg/dL. Conjugated bilirubin is water-soluble and detectable in the urine of horses only if blood concentrations become sufficiently increased to surpass the renal threshold (Photo 3); thus when urine tests positive for the presence of bilirubin, cholestatic disease should be suspected.”

We also learned that horses suffering from liver disease and/or liver failure should NOT have a diet high in protein, i.e. alfalfa pellets, cubes, or hay including other feeds that are high in protein, as this accelerates their condition.

“Affected animals should be fed carefully because dysphagia may be a problem. Relatively small amounts should be fed frequently. The diet should meet energy needs with readily digestible carbohydrates, provide adequate but not excessive protein, have a high ratio of branched-chain amino acids to aromatic amino acids, and be moderate to high in starch to decrease need for hepatic glucose synthesis.”

One very important factor that we learned through our research is that when a horse is suffering from liver disease, there may be no clinical signs of the liver disease until the liver has exceeded 60% to 80% damage. This is why it is so vital to draw blood on an equine when in question of poisonous plants or if the equine is suffering from emaciation to check for organ damage of any kind.

“Clinical signs of hepatic disease may not be evident until >60–80% of the liver parenchyma is nonfunctional or when hepatic dysfunction is secondary to disease in another organ system. “

“Liver disease should always be considered when nonspecific clinical signs, such as depression, weight loss, intermittent fever, and recurrent colic, are present without an apparent cause. Differentiation between acute and chronic hepatitis or failure based on the duration of clinical signs before presentation may be misleading, because the disease process is often advanced before clinical signs are evident. Early vague signs of depression and decreased appetite may be overlooked. Liver biopsy to determine the type of pathology, degree of hepatic fibrosis present, and the regenerative capabilities of the liver parenchyma is necessary for developing a treatment plan and giving an accurate prognosis.”

I can only wish that we could turn back time and had rescued Justice sooner. If only the blood work had been done a few months back, he could have been treated for the liver disease, and the liver, therefore, may have had a chance to repair itself.

But as we cannot turn back time, we DO NOT wish for Justice’s life to go in vain. We hope that Justice’s death will be a learning lesson for all to research on such poisonous plants that may be in your pastures and to treat every emaciated horse, as if there may be possible organ damage due to the starvation, and PLEASE have blood drawn to insure the best care for your equine’s future.

Please check out the links below, as there is very important, vital information regarding poisonous plants, liver failure, and hepatic encephalopathy.

http://www.merckmanuals.com/vet/digestive_system/hepatic_disease_in_large_animals/overview_of_hepatic_disease_in_large_animals.html

http://veterinarynews.dvm360.com/dvm/Diagnostic+Center/Liver-disease-in-the-horse-clinical-signs-and-diag/ArticleStandard/Article/detail/430414

Please go to the following link and check your pastures for these weeds that are VERY toxic to our equine. The results are “liver failure”. Please understand that the liver WILL NOT SHOW clinical signs of damage until it is 75% damaged. At that point in time, the chances of the liver healing itself are very slim to none. That is why receipt of an emaciated horse, should be followed with BLOODWORK IMMEDIATELY!

Failure to do so could result in an acceleration of damage to the liver by feeding TOO much protein before its time.

Abel, R.I.P.

On Friday, March 31, 2013, around 1:30: Robert Delaney Ashcraft States: I’m hurt and sorrowed immensely to say that we lost Abel at 12:30pm. Dr. Sara did all that she could. His issue was reflux and we were starting him on IV fluids. All of a sudden Abel started a severe limp on his right rear leg. Dr. Sara said it appeared to be his stifle had locked up or severe cramps. Afterwards it was deemed that an extreme pain attacked Abel and he was kicking out on the rear leg due his colon had flipped and shut down blood flow. He collapsed spattered and we were able to flip him. He was already brain dead at that point. Abel went fast and did not suffer. 10 Minutes after I yelled for Sara asking why he was limping. Abel was pronounced dead. I am heart broken. After I return from Ocala this afternoon, I will dig Abel’s grave by hand. If anyone is willing to assist me, since I am running on very little sleep. Message Dinelle on FB. Any assistance is GREATLY APPRECIATED. GOD BLESSED ME WITH MY TIME WITH ABEL FROM 2-4am and our 2 hour walk.

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Below is the post that Maryann Tobin with the Examiner wrote on May 21, 2013. I will NO longer post her articles on my page for people to see her disgust, but rather will copy and paste them here on my blog. For every time that someone visits her posts, she makes money off her lies and hatred towards us.

*NOTE* Maryann Tobin and her daughter, Nikki Tobin have been to our rescue 2 consecutive weekends in a row back in the fall of 2011. This hatred spiraled out of control shortly after we refused to adopt a horse to Nikki Tobin and she then threatened that her mother would have us shut down. Again, all of this is documented here on this blog under the heading “The Tobins ~ Call A Spade A Spade”

Hernando County Animal Services responded to Domino Effect ranch in Weeki Wachee on Monday, after complaints of visibly malnourished horses came from the Humane Society of the United States and dozens of concerned citizens.

An inspection of the horses in the care of ranch owners Robert and Denel Ashcraft was performed by Deputy Adkins, which did note a malnourished horse, according to a county official familiar with the preliminary report.

However, Domino Effect ranch still passed the inspection with no actionable violations under current Florida law.

A score based on the Henneke body condition index is used by Hernando County Animal Services (HCAS) officers to assess the health of horses during an inspection. A score of 1 indicates a horse so malnourished it is near death. The highest score is 9, which is given to an obese horse.

Preliminary inspection findings revealed that a Domino Effect ranch horse was given a Henneke body condition score of 2 on Monday, indicating severe emaciation. But that is not considered an animal abuse violation in Hernando County.

Unlike California, Ohio, Texas, and other states, Florida does not have a legal minimum standard for the mandatory seizure of emaciated horses based on a Henneke body score, even if the horse is so malnourished it actually dies from starvation or related complications.

Domino Effect ranch, or any other Hernando County, Florida, horse owner subjected to an inspection, is only required by law to show Animal Services inspectors that they have water, cover, and feed “available” for their horses. There are no fixed or specific legal requirements regarding how, or if, the animals are actually fed.

Legal terms in Florida animal abuse laws such as, “adequate” and “reasonable” are ambiguous and open to subjective interpretation by Animal Services officers. Therefore, Floridians may keep emaciated and/or grossly malnourished horses in their care, and not necessarily face criminal animal abuse charges.

Animal rights advocates who have filed numerous complaints, claim that the Ashcraft’s have been “starving” the horses at Domino Effect ranch – and those assertions may be completely true. But it is not a legally actionable offense in Hernando County to “starve” horses, as long as food, water and shelter are visible at the time of the inspection.

Every horse at Domino Effect ranch could have a Henneke score of 1, and still conceivably pass an Animal Services inspection.

Deputy Atkins and Lt. Cameron of the Hernando County Sheriff’s office were contacted for official comments regarding the Domino Effect ranch on Tuesday afternoon. At this time, no reply has been received.

First of all, I want my readers to know that Maryann Tobin is responsible for 99% of the negative posts about us across the Internet. She has been working hand and hand with Ohana for almost 2 years now trying to shut us down. Please refer to the category in our blog called “The Tobins ~ Call a Spade a Spade”, also other categories that refer to the witch hunt are “I Don’t Have to Prove that I am Telling the Truth ~ You Have to Prove that I am Lying” “Birds of a Feather Flock Together” “Ted Koran’s Tall Tails” and the latest “Don’t be Fooled by the Inexperienced”.

I REALLY wish that all of our supporters could just jump in their cars and come see us and see the truth for themselves, but unfortunately most people who see this slander live much too far away to come see us, thus, they either believe what they hear or they do their research and look for the truth.

Of course, I would hope that those who are skeptical would research and find the truth. If you found this post, you may just be one of those people doing your research and I thank you for taking the time to read the truth.

Below are pictures of ALL the outdoor animals here at the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch that I took on May 21, 2013, 1 day after the Hernando County Ag Officer arrived at our gates to do an inspection due to the high-volume calls they were receiving from this hate group.

Horse (mini) #1 Meet Rerun: Rerun came in named Sandy. He is a miniature replica of his daddy Rocket, so Bob renamed him Rerun. Rerun came in with his family last July. He was just recently gelded. He is a 3-year-old, paint miniature horse gelding. He is great around kids and very layed back. He is the smallest of our mini family and as cute as a button. His would be a great therapy mini for either the elderly, handicapped, etc. He is great around the other horses and would make a great companion horse for herd of horses or the people herd

His adoption fee is $500. Please contact us for more information. 352-596-3104.

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Horse (mini) #2 Meet Rocket: Rocket is a 10-year-old, sorrel, paint miniature horse gelding. He too came in with Goldie and his 2 kids, Rerun and Ginger last summer. Rocket has been trained to pull a cart, but is green and needs someone to put time in working with him further. He does very well with the other minis and horses. Rocket will make a great companion horse for his new four-legged and 2-legged family. He is a very beautiful boy with very distinct personality. Please REPOST AND SHARE and help us find this beautiful boy a new family to call his own. His adoption fee is $500.

Contact us for more information at 352-596-3104.
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Horse (mini) #3 Meet Diamond: Diamond is a 10-year-old miniature horse stallion. Diamond came in at the end of last year, December, 2012. Diamond came in with Gypsy. Diamond had not been handled too much, but will now let you approach him and love all over him. Diamond was scheduled a few months back to be gelded when Dr. Sarah Quatman discovered that Diamond is a cryptorchid. A cryptorchid means that only one of his testicles have dropped and he must have surgery done at an equine medical facility to remove the other testicle that has not dropped. We started a fundraiser for this expensive procedure, but have only raised $200 so far. If anyone is interested in helping us fundraise to raise the remaining amount of funds, please contact us for more information at 352-596-3104.

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Horse #4 Meet Southern Seventh Heaven (Seven) Seven came to us about 5 weeks ago. Initially, he was rescued by Cheyenne Mcbryan from a farm in Dade City. There were a few stallions on the property that were continually breeding with the mares and all of the horses were running feral on 75 acres. Cheyenne rescued Seven’s mother when Seven was just 1 week old. She brought this pair of horses to Elizabeth Maddox in Shady Hills, Florida and was refused to ever have this colt returned to her. Just a few weeks back we rescued Seven and 4 other horses from this farm in Shady Hills. Seven will reside here while he grows up, gets gelded, and then later trained to ride. Seven is a big boy already standing at 15hh at just 15 months of age. He is a Standardbred/Thoroughbred cross.

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Horse #5 Meet Wildfire: Wildfire is an 11-month-old Mustang/QH cross. He came to us just a few weeks ago after our friends, Janice, referred us to someone who would come rescue this beautiful boy. He was never touched before coming here and Bob was able to get him loaded within 5 minutes after arrival. Wildfire had his first halter put on him just moments after Bob got him loaded in the trailer. Wildfire instantly bonded with Seven and the two of them are glued together at the hips, where one goes, the other is sure to follow. They are the cutest pair. Wildfire will let us pet him now and hopefully by next month he will let us groom him, but for now we will take baby steps with him.

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Southern Seven & Wildfire

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Horse #6 Meet Ginger. Ginger is the daughter of Rocket & Goldie. She is a 5-year-old sorrel miniature horse mare with flaxen mane and tail. Ginger is sporting her beautiful fly mask to keep her face protected from the buggers. She has lots of spunk and loves to get all of the horses running and playing. She is so much fun to watch. She gets along great with the big horses, mares or geldings. She is great with the kids and will stand very nicely for them while she is being bathed and groomed. She will be a great addition to her new family, as she can fit into any sequence, GREAT with the horses, kids, and the elderly. Ginger is in search for her new family now for almost a year. Her adoption fee is $300. If you are interested in Ginger, please contact us for more information at 352-596-3104. PLEASE REPOST & SHARE!!!

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Horse #7 Meet Gracie. Grace came in with her brother Abel in December 2012, at a level 2 emaciation on the Henneke scale. Grace & Abel came to us from a farm in Dade City where there were many other horses in need, but the owner would only relinquish Grace & Abel, as they were both in the worst condition. Both horses had never been touched, haltered, or had their feet done before arriving to the DERR. After their arrival, they stayed in the front area where we started their reefed, handling them, and grooming them daily. Very quickly Grace and Abel grew to love the attention. Gracie has grown into a very adorable “pocket pet” who will join up with you immediately when you enter the paddock to seek affection. She will even back up her beautiful apple butt right in front of you, so that you will rub her hind end for her. She has quite the personality and is just the sweetest horse you could ever meet. She is waiting in line to be trained by Dyan Rehg. After she is trained, she will be ready for her new family.

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Horse #8 Meet Beauty. Beauty is an 11-year-old Thoroughbred mare. Beauty came to us about 2 months ago from Shady Hills, Florida. Beauty came in with a thick, winter coat that has finally shed itself off. After worming Beauty, she has now put on a significant amount of weight since her arrival and should be ready to be evaluated next month. She has split poor Paulie & Gracie apart because she too loves Gracie and wanted her all to herself.

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Horse #9 Meet Velvet. Velvet is a 21-year-old Tennessee Walker. Velvet has been here since the fall of 2011. She has been Bob’s personal horse for quite some time and most recently has been out to the trails with many others who have come to visit. She has been adopted out to a very good home and will be going to her new family soon. We will always remember and miss her very much after she leaves, but happy that she will have her own family instead of living here at the rescue.

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Horse #10 Meet Goldie: Goldie is an absolutely, beautiful, 13-year-old, sorrel miniature horse with a gorgeous flaxen mane and tail. Goldie has been here at the rescue since July 2012. She came in with her family, Rocket and her daughter Ginger and son Rerun. Goldie was trained to pull a cart at age 2. Goldie has joined us at all of our outside events since she arrived and pulls a cart for the kids. Goldie is very well mannered and gets along very well with the kids. She stands still while the kids bathe and groom her. She is a perfect little angel and an absolute joy to have here with us.

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Horse #11 Meet Paulie: Paulie is a 27-month-old, paint Quarter Horse gelding. Paulie came in to the rescue in February 2012. He was part of the herd of 6 horses that we brought in from Plant City. He came in nursing on his mom, Sadie, and his daddy, Spirit. Paulie and his sister, Pinkie, had never been touched before their arrival to the rescue. Bob and his brother-in-law spent 3 hours to load both Pinkie and Paulie to bring them back here to the rescue. At that point (1-year of age) they had never been touched, halter broke, hooves trimmed, etc. After handling them both consistently, they very quickly were tamed to human touch. He was adopted out for a very short time consisting of just 2-3 months. After a breakup with his family, we were called to go get him. He arrived back here with a huge bite mark on his side from the Arabian mare that he was with. Since Paulie arrived back here at the rescue at the end of the summer 2012, he has been gelded and trained to be green broke by Dyan Rehg. Paulie is one of the best, well-mannered horses that we have here at the rescue. After Dyan trained him from the ground up, Bob and I were the first ones to be in the saddle with Paulie and he carried us around like he had been doing this for a lifetime, displaying NO buck, kick, bite, or rear. With Dyan’s assistance, we are working with Paulie and he is making GREAT progress.

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Horse #12 Meet Robyn: Robyn first came here at the end of spring in 2012. By Labor Day 2012, Robyn was up to her full weight and looking absolutely beautiful. We got a phone call and email from Stephanie Lynn who owner Eternal Freedom in the Panhandle of Florida. She explained to us that she was sending a transport down to Tampa Bay Downs to pick up a horse and that the transport was going to cost her $500 if she picked up 1 horse or 4 horses. She asked us if she could help relieve some overcrowding and take a few Thoroughbreds off our hands to help rehome them. We agreed and sent Stephanie Lynn 3 horses, Jack, Jill, and Robyn. By the beginning of January 2013, we found out that Stephanie Lynn was starving these horses and we set out to rescue them. On arrival at Eternal Freedom in February 2013, Robyn was found to be a level 1-2 emaciated state documented by our vet with severe rain rot jacketed over the complete covering of her body, including her ears with bright red and pink, fleshy sores across her body. This is Robyn today, just 3 months later with a significant amount of weight gain and new hair growth where sores previously blanketed her body. Stephanie Lynn has since been charged with 3 counts of animal abuse/neglect charges for Jack, Jill, and Robyn.

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Horse #13 Meet Nugget: Nugget came here on January 20, 2013, with Bingo. The first time Dr. Dillard looked at him, he stated that he appeared to be 28-32. This was questioned, so I asked Dr. Dillard to check him again and he said that maybe he was 25+. Nugget came in with a very thick, winter coat and I and many other volunteers have taken it upon themselves to help groom Nugget when they have come to visit. He appeared to possibly have a bit more weight with the winter coat, but nothing hid the grooves of his ribs or the pelvic bones protruding. We have been trying for 4 months to put a visible amount of weight on Nugget and have just seen a noticeable difference here in the past 3 weeks. Nugget has finally shed out his winter coat into a beautiful, shiny coat. His ribs are just barely visible and he is showing veins and muscle tone in his chest, belly, and legs, which resembles positive weight gain. We have had a difficult time with Nugget’s weight gain, probably due to his breed and older age. We were told by a previous owner that they tried for a very long period of time to put weight on Nugget, but were unsuccessful. We are so thankful to see this major breakthrough with his weight gain. Nugget is a great big sweetheart and loved by everyone who comes to see him.

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Horse #14 Meet Lady: She Is Are Lady is a 5-year-old OTTB. Lady came in to our rescue in January 2013. She was transported to us from Calder Race Track in Miami, Florida. Lady was scheduled to be euthanized because of a bone chip from a race track injury. Her owner did not want to give her the 90-day stall rest that she needed to recover. The owner’s vet contacted us just in time to save Lady from being euthanized. Lady has recovered from her injury and we are now toping off her weight. In a few more weeks Lady will be evaluated and started slowly on some short trail rides.

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Horse #15 Meet Chatterbox: Chatterbox came to us from a farm up in Ocklawaha 2 months ago. We were heading that direction to pick up Chatterbox another mare and foal when the truck broke down less than 2 blocks away. The horses were in a large 5 acre paddock running free, as the owner had not contained them for pickup. After the truck broke down, we were offered a ride home with the horse trailer. We loaded Chatterbox, but left the mare and foal behind because the baby was running free and too scared to come close enough to load.

Chatterbox is approximately 10 years old. She came in emaciated and is now nearing a full recovery after just a few months. She still has some weight to fill in on her top line and rounding out to do on her buttocks, but she is filling in quite nicely. This mare came in without a name, but every time we would walk outside, she would whinny for us, so Bob named her Chatterbox. She too is like a pocket pet and will follow you to the ends of the earth if you’d let her. She is as sweet as can be.

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Horse #16 Meet Starlyte: Bob got a call to pick up Starlyte. She was dropped off in someone’s pasture in the middle of the night, therefore, had no name or background history. Bob named her Starlyte since she was dropped off at twilight. Starlyte is estimated to be around 10-years old. She came in with an extremely thick, winter coat. She is still shedding, but her coat is thinning down and shinning up. She has been evaluated and even though she took the saddle well, she is not broke to ride. She too is waiting in line to see Dyan Rehg to be trained. Logan has picked her to be his special girl and the 2 of them spend every waking moment together.

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Horse #17 Meet Logan: Logan is a 13-year-old OTTB gelding. Logan is In Search Of his new home. Logan is very well trained with no buck, bite, kick, or rear. He stands nice for the farrier, clips, bathes, and ties. He is very gentle and a ladie’s man around the other horses. He is very nice under saddle and would be great for an intermediate rider. We have taken him out to the trails and we have walked him carrying children. He is as sweet as the day is long. He will make someone a GREAT horse!!! Please contact us for more information at 352-596-3104.

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Horse #18 Meet Miss Annie: Miss Annie is a BLM Mustang mare. Miss Annie was our first horse rescue back in February 2010. She had been abused, neglected, and starved by her previous owner. Annie was fearful of a lot of things upon arrival and her first year with us. She came in wit a deep gash across the bridge of her nose and was terrified of the water hose. Now we can bathe her, groom her, load her in a trailer, etc. She has absolutely perfect ground manners, except with the farrier, LOL, we are still working on that. She is an absolutely beautiful girl and would make a great companion horse to the right person.

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Horse #19 (Last, but NOT Least) My Josie: My Josie is a 13-year-old Tennessee Walker mare. She came to the rescue back in October 2011. She has been a GREAT confidence builder for me and a great horse to walk children with and put beginners on to teach. Just recently we loaned her out for the week to go on the Cracker Ride and learned a very valuable lesson. My Josie suffered at the hands of her rider, literally, as she pulled heavy at the reins and cutting a groove in her tongue. Josie was shaking her head from discomfort and disciplined by her rider smacking her on top of the head. My Josie came home with a significant amount of weight loss after that ride showing her ribs, back bone, and pelvic bones. She also had a huge, open saddle sore on her left side that was bare with no hair and more sores on her buttocks and other side from where the saddle was rubbed into her skin. The first few times I rode her, she spooked on me continuously and bolted several times. When I questioned Sharyl Ranchhand about what had happened to my horse, she told me that she probably just needed to be desensitized. This floored me, as I have been taking My Josie on group rides and trail rides consisting of riding her along busy highways, trails through the woods, up and down inclines, past dogs, blazing trails, around deer, alligator, snakes, and bear, and My Josie NEVER spooked with me riding her. I just couldn’t figure out why suddenly I would now have to “desensitize her”

Anyway, My Josie has been on a long road of recovery and she is now more beautiful than ever. My Josie is absolutely amazing and gave my daughter her very first horse ride the other day. I am so proud of her, she is the best!!!

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PLEASE HELP US SHARE AND REPOST, so that we can get the TRUTH out to the public quickly!!!

Thank you all for your support,

Dinelle Ashcraft

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch
“People Helping Animals Helping People”

Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft
10370 Snowbird Avenue
Weeki Wachee, Florida 34614
(352) 596-3104

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J. Grimes wrote this Ripoff Report against Ohana Rescue last week and since then Ohana and their followers are now accusing the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch for being the responsible party???

http://www.ripoffreport.com/ohana-horse-rescue-5/non-profit-charities/ohana-horse-rescue-501c3-non-p-107e6.htm

I was going to stay out of it and let the kids play their games, until Carrie crossed the line and went a step to far.

Below is one of the comments written on Ohana Rescue’s Ripoff Report

http://www.ripoffreport.com/ohana-horse-rescue-5/non-profit-charities/ohana-horse-rescue-501c3-non-p-107e6.htm

*NOTE* Below report written by “another that really cares” North Port  (Gee, anyone that knows Ohana, knows who got ran out of North Port don’t we)

#10 Consumer Comment

Unbelievable that the original poster was afraid to use their own name COWARDS

AUTHOR: another that really cares – north port (United States of America)

SUBMITTED: Saturday, July 28, 2012

POSTED: Saturday, July 28, 2012

This is directly from your own blog.
Reunion of the Heart Scorned by Thrashing Waves of Fury July 24, 2012 by Domino Effect Examiner
“Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog on the Ripoff Report.  I didn’t accept it because it had nothing to do with the Ripoff Report or the point I was trying to get across. “
So you USE the ripoff report to make a point. whats that , nothing at all you say cna be believed.. works for me !! This is not out of context but abbreviated so not to waste any ones time with your trash. Grow up
NOW YOU GOT MY ATTENTION!!!

In regards to anonymous post above who quoted my words out of my blog:

“Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog on the Ripoff Report. I didn’t accept it because it had nothing to do with the Ripoff Report or the point I was trying to get across. ”

I wrote a blog last week regarding this particular Ripoff Report written by J. Grimes. The significance of my blog was not so much to bring light to this particular Ripoff Report that J. Grimes wrote against Carrie Young and Ohana Rescue, but it was to clarify that Carrie Young with Ohana Rescue proved with the rebuttal that they wrote above that she was indeed responsible for writing a Ripoff report against our rescue, Domino Effect Rescue Ranch, last year on November 16, 2011. Carrie Young used her user name “horsesinneed” to compose the Ripoff report against us last year and then used the same user name “horsesinneed” to compose the rebuttal above.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/we-seen-this-with-our-own-two-eyes-no-rumor-here/

In my blog I was comparing the 2 Ripoff reports, I clarified how Carrie Young with Ohana Rescue has been trying to sabotage the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch since August 2011. Everything that is stated in this blog is factual with documentation to prove this.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/we-seen-this-with-our-own-two-eyes-no-rumor-here/

After I wrote this blog, Beverly Levitt wrote a quite extensive response to my blog “WE SEEN THIS WITH OUR OWN TWO EYES, no rumor here…(Quotes by Carrie Young)” Her response had nothing to do with this particular blog “WE SEEN THIS WITH OUR OWN TWO EYES, no rumor here…(Quotes by Carrie Young)”, so I did NOT accept her response, but I therefore wrote another blog regarding Beverly Levitt’s response to the previous blog “WE SEEN THIS WITH OUR OWN TWO EYES, no rumor here…(Quotes by Carrie Young)”

In the blog “Reunion of the Heart Scorned by Thrashing Waves of Fury” My first paragraph was as follows:

“Reunion of the Heart Scorned by Thrashing Waves of Fury
July 24, 2012 by Domino Effect Examiner

“Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog on the Ripoff Report. I didn’t accept it because it had nothing to do with the Ripoff Report or the point I was trying to get across. ”

For those who do not understand plain English, this means Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog about the Ripoff Report that I wrote comparing the 2 Ripoffs, the one that Carrie Young (horsesinneed) wrote against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch and the rebuttal that Carrie Young (horsesinneed) wrote in this Ripoff Report against Ohana written by J. Grimes.

This is the blog I wrote below:

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/we-seen-this-with-our-own-two-eyes-no-rumor-here/

I was simply explaining that Beverly Levitt’s response had NOTHING to do with the above blog regarding the 2 Ripoff Reports, ONE that Carrie Young of Ohana Rescue wrote against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch and the SECOND one that Carrie Young wrote a rebuttal to, both with the same sign on name “horsesinneed’

My statement

“Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog on the Ripoff Report. I didn’t accept it because it had nothing to do with the Ripoff Report or the point I was trying to get across. ” was referring to this particular blog and nothing else!!! It simply was not the appropriate spot to accept Beverly Levitt’s comment.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/we-seen-this-with-our-own-two-eyes-no-rumor-here/

I have been watching this unfold this past week, day after day, someone else jumping on the bandwagon to pass on hatred comments towards our rescue or whomever they think composed this Ripoff Report. I have been receiving hate e-mails from this group, seen posts here against us, and had people come to our page to attack us.

I have seen in several different spots, including here and throughout Facebook, that Ohana and their followers are accusing us for this Ripoff Report. Do you really think that Domino Effect Rescue Ranch is the only enemy that Ohana has???

Annonymous post: Unbelievable

“This is a vendetta being pursued against Ohana Rescue by another, so called rescue of questionable ethics, run by a convicted felon with no training, which is clearly shown in their pics on their FB page. This person, along with another, equally unbalanced person, is waging this war.”

Jennifer Facer Brown

“Why do rescues do this stuff? Pick on each other? This all so wrong. And it gives rescues a really bad name. And rescues, all of them will pay for this, by losing donations. people will not donate to drama. Ohana is one rescue I have known, and have for a long while. The negative reports are just that, and nothing more. They work very hard, as you probably do as well. This is wrong on so many levels, and only hurts the cause and the horses. Ohana through this situation, has not been as concerned about what you say, as they are about what folks read, and how that will effect the horses currently in dire need at their facility..So why cant you be that concerned, as well?”

diana628

Ya’ll need to knock it off. Rescues bashing rescues just doesn’t work. From where I stand it looks like Domino started this round with their unfair Ohana bashing. I say unfair, because I know some of the work Ohana has done with horses others couldn’t take, and I know the kind of help and advice they share freely FOR THE SAKE OF THE HORSES. Ripoff Report is a ripoff in it self. You should be ashamed to use it. They take claims from anyone and charge over $2000 to take false claims off the site. Domino you best hope you aren’t the next one reported to Ripoff.

Ohana Rescue, is one of the good rescues and Dominos “Rescue” is one of the bad.

Another Ohana Follower: Lee Buckley Ellis

I didn’t see that I was insulting you! Only asking a question or two. I see you have nothing nice to say to a curious new comer? That’s a shame! You are a true F*CKTARD! Really you are! Stop abusing and neglecting horses and Gods creatures! Stop blaming everyone else because you are too damn stupid to give a sh*. Grow the hell up and own up to the responsibilities that you have brought onto your property. Oh and another thing….you idiot….Feeding a horse hay off the ground will cause them to colic. You are the reason the one died! You are so dumb! You think they are not eating dirt along with that hay? DUMB*SS!

Your instincts are sh*….look at the pictures of how you are treating the animals! Oh and googling your name was HORRIFYING. You call yourself a “rescue” and I call you a pile of shit.

And then I see this today written by Ohana Rescue on her FB page:

Ohana Rescue “I am sure that is the name that they used..but they made a mistake on their blog, she admitted to writing the rip off..I will tell you more later, have to run…check out what is going on now…see the above picture, Kelly Blevins and Domino seem to think this is me, and that is more prove of slander because DE has met me, so they are letting Kelly run with this.”

After seeing this, curiosity brought me back to this page to indeed see another post against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch, but this time specifically referring that we are responsible for their Ripoff Report.

Unbelievable that the original poster was afraid to use their own name COWARDS

AUTHOR: another that really cares – north port (United States of America)SUBMITTED: Saturday, July 28, 2012POSTED: Saturday, July 28, 2012 This is directly from your own blog.

Reunion of the Heart Scorned by Thrashing Waves of Fury
July 24, 2012 by Domino Effect Examiner

“Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog on the Ripoff Report. I didn’t accept it because it had nothing to do with the Ripoff Report or the point I was trying to get across. ”

So you USE the ripoff report to make a point. whats that , nothing at all you say cna be believed.. works for me !!

This is not out of context but abbreviated so not to waste any ones time with your trash.

Grow up

Let me repeat this once again

For those who DO NOT understand plain English,

“Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog on the Ripoff Report. I didn’t accept it because it had nothing to do with the Ripoff Report or the point I was trying to get across. ”

This statement means Beverly Levitt sent me a comment on my blog about the Ripoff Report that I wrote comparing the 2 Ripoffs, the one that Carrie Young (horsesinneed) wrote against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch and the rebuttal that she (horsesinneed) wrote in this Ripoff Report against Ohana by J. Grimes, which is the blog I wrote below:

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/we-seen-this-with-our-own-two-eyes-no-rumor-here/

I was simply explaining that Beverly Levitt’s response had NOTHING to do with the above blog regarding the 2 Ripoff Reports, ONE that Carrie Young of Ohana Rescue wrote against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch and the SECOND one that Carrie Young wrote a rebuttal to, both with the same sign on name “horsesinneed’

I started a blog back in March 2011, to document the attacks and harassment by Carrie Young and Allan Wilson of Ohana Rescue, Ted and Karen Koran with The Critter Place, Sandy Woods, Nikki and Maryann Tobin, and the other neighbors Tom Logsdon, along with others who have jumped on board along the way.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/i-dont-have-to-prove-that-i-am-telling-the-truth-you-have-to-prove-that-i-am-lying/

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/ted-korans-tall-tails/

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/the-tobins-call-a-spade-a-spade/

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/birds-of-a-feather-flock-together/

AUTHOR: horsesinneed – port richey (United States of America)THE AUTHOR who wrote the Ripoff report against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch is HORSESINNEED. The owner of Ohana Rescue wrote a rebuttal on the Ripoff Report that someone posted against them. The author to this rebuttal is HORSESINNEED.

THIS IS WHAT CARRIE YOUNG (horsesinneed) WROTE AGAINST THE DOMINO EFFECT RESCUE RANCH last year on November 16, 2011,

http://www.ripoffreport.com/nonprofit-organizations/domino-effect-rescue/domino-effect-rescue-ranch-rob-b0368.htm

Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Last Posting: Sunday, January 22, 2012
Reported By: horsesinneed — port richey Florida United States of America

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch
10370 Snowbird Lane
Weeki Wachee Florida 34654
United States of America
Phone: 352- 596-3104

Web: Category: Nonprofit Organizations

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft This is a fake rescue that asks for donations to help the animals in their care and they do not use the donations for the animals. Weeki Wachee, Florida

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch is owned by a Robert and Dinelle Ashcraft. They portray being Christians who care about animals. They find free animals on Craig’s List and then state that the animals are rescues and plea to the good hearted people to donate. These funds are not going to the animals because: The horses are eating the bark off the trees, the leaves off the palmetto bushes, and they are given cow hay to eat. Only getting fed once a day when they are fed, and only when people are coming out. Their feet are not seen by a farrier, and the horses have no vet care. They adopt out the horses at ridiculous prices, and without coggins. They preach that they are Christians and they talk a great talk, but if people would go out and see just how the horses are living. The number of horses at this time are 13 and they are living on less then two acres of sand. They are tied to barb wire to eat. They are chased by a pit bull all day long. The legs of the horses are constantly being cut by stumps in their yard. Please do not give a horse to Domino Effect Rescue Ranch, please look for another reputable rescue to rehome your horse too. They have been the cause of many horses being injured, and several deaths of horses due to their negligence. BEWARE, THEY TALK THE TALK, BUT CANNOT WALK THE WALK.

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WRITING A RIPOFF REPORT AGAINST THE DOMINO EFFECT RESCUE RANCH TO TRY AND SABOTAGE OUR RESCUE!!!

CARRIE YOUNG STATES “ I Don’t Have to Prove that I am Telling the Truth ~ You Have to Prove that I am Lying

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE started attacking our rescue back in August 2011, just days after they arrived here to Brooksville.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/ohana-attended-bocc-against-derr/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE started rallying her hate group against us shortly after she arrived.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/harrassment-slander-lies-and-now-stalking/

The entire group who are responsible for attacking the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch are ALL friends with CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE: Nikki & Maryanne Tobin, Ted & Karen Koran, Sandy Woods, Tom Logsdon.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/birds-of-a-feather-flock-together/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE and Maryann Tobin sent in complaints to HCAS against us.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/maryann-tobin-accuses-hcac-of-favoritism-towards-the-domino-effect-rescue-ranch-2/

CARRIE YOUNG’S FRIEND, Maryann Tobin wrote many articles against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch trying to have us shut down.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/04/domino-effect-e/

This group accused us of the following:

Maryann Tobin Accuses Domino Effect of Illegal Transport to a Church Function

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/maryann-tobin-accuses-domino-effect-of-illegal-transport-to-a-church-function/

Domino Effect was Accused of Sending Horses to SLAUGHTER

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/25/domino-effect-accused-of-sending-horses-to-slaughter-2/

DOMINO EFFECT was Accused of Riding a Horse with EPM

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/domino-effect-accused-of-riding-a-horse-with-epm-3/

Domino Effect Accused of Stealing Horses: Domino Effect Examiner ~ Craigslist Caption “Domino Effect Are Horse Thieves & Scammers

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/07/craigslist-ca-4/

Domino Effect Accused of Feeding Moldy Produce to Animals: Domino Effect “FREE” Produce Days

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/29/domino-effect-free-produce-days/

Nikki Tobin Spread Lies on FB against us:

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/05/18/pinochio-someone-once-said-i-dont-have-to-prove-im-telling-the-truth-you-have-to-prove-im-lying/

They Sent Us Threatening E-mails with Ultimatums:

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/05/09/the-apple-doesnt-fall-far-from-the-tree/

This group has bashed us on CRAIGSLIST: Craigslist Bashing ~ Hate Crime Towards Domino Effect Rescue Ranch

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/05/04/craigslist-bashing-hate-crime-towards-domino-effect-rescue-ranch/

They have harassed us continually: HARRASSMENT, SLANDER, LIES, and now STALKING!!!

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/harrassment-slander-lies-and-now-stalking/

The Harassment Continues ~ July 15-16, 2012

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/the-harassment-continues-july-15-16-2012/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE underminded a rescue we had scheduled placing these horses in jeopardy.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/rescues-un-united/

CARRIE YOUNG’S FRIEND, Maryann Tobin, wrote an article to undermine our success story that we wrote about a horse we adopted out named Katie.

Our Success story about Katie

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/reunion-of-the-heart/

It was presented as an e-mail narrated by Beverly Levitt (also friends with CARRIE YOUNG) against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch about a horse that we adopted out last year named Katie.

http://www.examiner.com/article/domino-effect-ranch-an-email-horror-story-of-horse-abuse

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE went to the BOCC in Brooksville to pass laws to change the zoning here in Brooksville and bring stricter penalties against animal neglect and abuse-using the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch as her reference in doing so.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/ohana-attended-bocc-against-derr/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE teamed up with our neighbors, TED & KAREN KORAN (THE CRITTER PLACE), SANDY WOODS, TOM LOGSDON, KATHLEEN WALTON on both sides of us as part of her hate group against us.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/ted-korans-tall-tails/

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/birds-of-a-feather-flock-together/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE presented lies to Channel 10 News and Mike Deeson against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch to have us shut down.

http://www.wtsp.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=1585193874001&odyssey=mod%7Cnewswell%7Ctext%7CFRONTPAGE%7Cfeatured&fb_source=message

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE’S friend, Ted Koran composed lies against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch by posing 2 horses to be one and then accusing us of starving this horse to death.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/teds-tales-of-tails/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE’S friend, Ted Koran Admitted to feeding this horse, Shia, in the sand to government officials.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/the-truth-about-ted-koran-series-3-ted-koran-admits-to-feeding-horses-in-the-sand/

After he first tried to sabotage us himself.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/05/02/the-truth-about-ted-koran-series-1-neighbor-squeals-on-felon-for-shooting-pig/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE has a Facebook friend, Jenny Rodden Sloan who writes for the Horse & Pony News. In June, 2012, Horse and Pony News came out with an anonymous article against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/08/horse-pony-news-july-2012-edition-article-written-against-derr/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE and Maryann Tobin were seen together by a person surrendering their horse to Ohana, devising a plan to shut us down.

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE and Claire North posted in the group “FLORIDA CITIZENS COUNCIL FOR AT-RISK EQUINES“ under fileskill buyers/traders/people to be wary of in rehoming your horse:

https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/FL.CITIZENS.CARE/doc/398609716834435/

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch…Dinelle and Robert Delaney Ashcraft Je Je HepplerStephanie Prater: always seems to be on the lookout for horses on the free horses page..claims to be a trainer but horses are then rehomed with little training. Just be wary of her. Dylan Spin: horse trader Samantha Lynne??????? unsure!

CARRIE YOUNG HAS BEEN THE MASTERMIND BEHIND TRYING TO SABOTAGE THE DOMINO EFFECT RESCUE RANCH SINCE AUGUST 2011.

IS THIS APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR FOR ONE RESCUE TO TREAT ANOTHER???

WARNING TO ALL RESCUES* YOU COULD BE NEXT ~ IF WE DON’T PUT A STOP TO THIS!!!

Carrie Young States “Things don’t just come your way and happen, you make them happen.”

How many times has Ohana claimed that “everyone” is out to get her and “everyone” is falsely accusing them for attacking others. How many times has Ohana protrayed themselves to be the INNOCENT PARTY…….Just sayin.

In the future, don’t publicize information if you don’t want recognized for doing this, because if you’re posting negatively against the Domino Effect, you may be seeking all the attention you desire. I’m not into the kid games. I don’t bash others in the privacy of my home hinding behind a screen name. I speak the truth and I post my documentation regarding what others have posted against the ranch. I am not seeking to hurt other rescues or other people, but to defend our name with the truth. You will never see me post an “anonymous” article without leaving my name. If you can’t leave your John Hancock, then you have no business posting it.

I DID NOT write this Ripoff Report above, but I tip my hat to the one who did, as it revealed the “anonymous” writer to our Ripoff report out of the wood pile, noneother than Carrie Young, herself, horsesinneed. This Ripoff Report above is not how I write and I don’t write things without documentation. I am not afraid to admit when we have done wrong and I am not afraid to confront my accusers. I do NOT hide behind an anonymous name and everything I write I sign my name to it. Just because I have an enormous amount of evidence against Ohana Rescue for trying to sabotage us, doesn’t mean that I am the only one out there that doesn’t care for them. If you have proof that I would deliberately post the above stated garbage, then let see it. Otherwise, you all are barking up the wrong tree because the only one who is responsible for such acts against another rescue is yours truly, Ohana Rescue.

Dinelle Ashcraft

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch
“People Helping Animals Helping People”

Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft
10370 Snowbird Avenue
Weeki Wachee, Florida 34614
(352) 596-3104

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One Rescue SABOTAGING another Rescue

*WARNING TO ALL RESCUES* 

YOU COULD BE NEXT ~ IF WE DON’T PUT A STOP TO THIS!!!

For any of you who needed proof that Ohana is responsible for trying to SABOTAGE our rescue, HERE IT IS!!! 

Last weekend one of our Facebook friends came to us and told us that Ohana had been on the news for rescuing a horse from a rescue that was burned up in flames down in Pasco County.  Sunday morning we were also notified that someone in Pasco County did a Ripoff Report on Ohana on Saturday, July 21, 2012, just after they were seen on the news.   The author to the Ripoff report is someone in Pasco County, which is where Ohana Rescue originated from in Hudson, Florida.   Judging by the information in the Ripoff Report it must be someone who has been their follower for quite sometime who must not have liked seeing Ohana’s recognition in the media. 

We googled Ohana Rescue and found the Ripoff Report and read it.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/ohana-horse-rescue-5/non-profit-charities/ohana-horse-rescue-501c3-non-p-107E6.htm

Complaint Review: Ohana Horse Rescue 501c3 non profit

  • Submitted:
    • Saturday, July 21, 2012
  • Last Posting:
    • Monday, July 23, 2012
  • Reported By:
  • J. Grimes — Port Richey Florida United States of America
Ohana Horse Rescue 501c3 non profit21151 Lake Lindsey Rd, Brooksville, Florida 34601 Brooksville Florida 34601 United States of America
  • Phone:
  • 1 (727) 326-7827
  • Web:

Ohana Horse Rescue 501c3 non profit Carrie Young / Allen Wilson Fake Rescue / Fake Christians / Lie To Receive Donations / Lie About Adoptive Horses / Adopt To Minors / Lie About Equine Medical Conditions Brooksville, Florida

Ohana Rescue receives donations for horses and then puts the horses down and/or uses the money for other services that the donations were not solicited for. They refuse horses unless they have an extreme story that will bring in donations. They have been seen breeding Isabelle to a stallion claiming that it will help the mares skin condition. They adopt horses to families claiming they are sound to ride and really are out-of-control. They have adopted a horse to minors causing injuries to one of the minors. They are always attacking other rescue facilities trying to alleviate competition as stated by Carrie Young. Carrie Young has been noted for stating that her State Representative Uncle keeps her skeeky clean with the authorities. Carrie young has been reported as turning individuals into the authorities that call her for assistance with their animals. This rescue organization uses equine to beg money from the public and operates as a heartless business rather than a loving community service. They recently brought in thousands of dollars of individuals hard-earned money for a horse with a cracked skull from out-of-state and then immediately put the horse down. No offer of or return of the received donations. As an advocate for the horses it is my duty to warn the public when I am informed of individuals claiming to be a community service, that undermine true rescue organizations, and scam the public.

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As terrible as this seems, we can sympathize with Ohana, as someone wrote a Ripoff Report on us back on November 16, 2011.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/nonprofit-organizations/domino-effect-rescue/domino-effect-rescue-ranch-rob-b0368.htm

Complaint Review: Domino Effect Rescue Ranch

  • Submitted:
    • Wednesday, November 16, 2011
  • Last Posting:
    • Sunday, January 22, 2012
  • Reported By:
  • horsesinneed — port richey Florida United States of America
Domino Effect Rescue Ranch 10370 Snowbird Lane

Weeki Wachee Florida 34654 United States of America

  • Phone:
  • 352- 596-3104
  • Web:
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Domino Effect Rescue Ranch Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft This is a fake rescue that asks for donations to help the animals in their care and they do not use the donations for the animals. Weeki Wachee, Florida

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch is owned by a Robert and Dinelle Ashcraft. They portray being Christians who care about animals. They find free animals on Craig’s List and then state that the animals are rescues and plea to the good-hearted people to donate. These funds are not going to the animals because: The horses are eating the bark off the trees, the leaves off the palmetto bushes, and they are given cow hay to eat. Only getting fed once a day when they are fed, and only when people are coming out. Their feet are not seen by a farrier, and the horses have no vet care. They adopt out the horses at ridiculous prices, and without coggins. They preach that they are Christians and they talk a great talk, but if people would go out and see just how the horses are living. The number of horses at this time are 13 and they are living on less then two acres of sand. They are tied to barb wire to eat. They are chased by a pit bull all day long. The legs of the horses are constantly being cut by stumps in their yard. Please do not give a horse to Domino Effect Rescue Ranch, please look for another reputable rescue to rehome your horse too. They have been the cause of many horses being injured, and several deaths of horses due to their negligence. BEWARE, THEY TALK THE TALK, BUT CANNOT WALK THE WALK.

Of course, amongst everything that was coming against us with this group of people attacking us, I did write a rebuttal on our behalf.

#1

Owner of Company

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch

AUTHOR: Domino Effect – Weeki Wachee (United States of America)

SUBMITTED: Sunday, January 22, 2012

The Domino Effect Rescue Ranch has been falsely accused by certain individuals in order for them to serve a vengeance against us. There are no proven allegations against the ranch, but their hearsay to persuade the public to believe their lies with their motives stemming from pure hatred.

Please check out our video in which we just posted on You Tube presenting to the public the progress we made in 2011:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhGR-uLwFiE&feature=youtu.be

Furthermore, please join us on Facebook at the “Domino Effect” to see our daily progress here at the ranch:  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000030326601

Unlike other rescues, We provide a service here on Facebook for those who have surrendered their animals to the ranch, those who visit the ranch, and those who adopt the animals from us to join together to share in the progress with pictures and updates of the animals we take in, the time we share with them, and continue to give updates after they are adopted out. We provide this to the community, so that people can follow their loved animals and see the great homes they are placed in and the animals second chance in a new family.

We are open to the public and hope for you to comes see us here in Weeki Wachee area, expected or unexpected, as we are always open for visitors.

With many visitors who come to the ranch weekly, over 2,200 people who view our Facebook, over 200 whom have viewed our video of 2011, no proven allegations from the Department of agriculture or Animal Control, I’d say these allegations are proven to be false. As they say “The proof is in the puddin” Check us out, as we are truly the real deal and put countless hours into our rescue and spend many days serving the public, as they come to interact with the animals. We love what we do and it shows. It’s not about the monetary value, as we know that God provides and will keep our facility standing strong.

The Domino Effect Rescue Ranch is a Christ-Centered facility with a mission to first rescue, rehabilitate, and find “forever homes” for the animals that are taken in to our care. Secondly, our mission is to give back to the community by educating and entertaining through interacting the animals with the community as a public service. This not only serves as a therapeutic tool to the public, but also helps to rehabilitate, humanize, exercise, train, and evaluate the animals, so that we can better place them in more suitable homes that will best fit their needs.

As people from all walks of life meet us and interact with the rescued animals, they are learning a great respect for the work we do, bonding with these animals, and being a part of the “Domino Effect.”

Their connection makes a difference in these animals’ lives and ultimately in their own. As people join in on our daily activities and events, they are better able to see the needs here at the ranch.

The events and activities may vary from year to year, but the ultimate goal is to provide for the rescued animals and give them the best quality of life while they are in our care and place them in the best home suitable for their needs. While interacting these animals with the public, we are giving them a good quality of life, as well as therapeutic to everyone who joins us in our mission to be a part of the “Domino Effect.”

Join us on FB @ Domino Effect:

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000030326601

Thank you for taking the time to read about our ranch, check out our video, join us on Facebook, and/or coming out to meet us.

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch
“People Helping Animals Helping People”

Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft
10370 Snowbird Avenue
Weeki Wachee, Florida 34614
(352) 596-3104

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE also wrote a rebuttal to the Ripoff Report that someone wrote on them.

#1

Owner of Company

Second Opinion

AUTHOR: horsesinneed – port richey (United States of America)

SUBMITTED: Monday, July 23, 2012

I would like to thank those that have defended Ohana in the course of all this. I had refused to rebut until it was suggested by a professional.

Lets start with me calling the authorities about a horse that Ohana was called on to rescue. This horse was so far emaciated that it would not have made the trip. The woman waited to long for the call for help. Yes, I did call the authorities. Our trailer would not have made the trip down the dirt road that was filled with ruts safely with a horse that couldnt even stand. Guilty…and thank you, because we know where this came from.

No, there is NO breeding here. It was mentioned that a pregnant mare’s hormones changed while pregnant and it could help a horse with skin problems, but it was never done. We are a rescue and we try to stop the over breeding. We geld all the stallions that come here. All are separated into their own paddocks until gelding is done. Again, we know where this came from..thank you..:)

??? Rehoming to a minor, and one that got hurt? Everyone that comes to Ohana signs a release form, and if they are underage, their parents have to sign it… we would never rehome to a minor, that would make the contract null and void, so not sure where this one came from..

Asking donations then putting a horse down??? They do not have their info straight. The horse that had the serious brain injury was brought to us from a Florida Show Barn, which we will not speak the name. We did everything we could for her, and all reports have been posted. Ohana has an open door policy and we have unexpected visitors all the time. We have nothing to hide.

The report states info about my family, big mistake, because they insinuated that he protects family by covering with his authority…oops, real big mistake…and what was said was..BECAUSE I GREW UP WITH A CONGRESSMAN AS AN UNCLE, THAT TENDS TO KEEP A PERSON SQUEAKY CLEAN, you know, protecting your name.. Competition, you have got to be kidding me..we have our hands full..please please more decent rescues open..the horses need more safe havens.

Ohana does take in the hard to place horses, the injured and the starved. We might get in a horse that is healthy once in a blue moon. We have horses here that have been with us for years. As far as EXTREME story….every horse that ends up in a rescue has a story..every horse. We do not scan Craigs List looking for free horses as others do, that can be flipped over for a profit a few days later…we receive calls and emails on a daily basis. If the horse isnt in real bad shape, we will try and help find that horse a home. If it is an emergency then we will make room here. We do not need any more horses here, but when a call comes in we will do our best to help. We are not in this for profit, there is no profit. We do not take in horses, and then turn around and adopt them out for monies. The last two horses that were rehomed, had no adoption fee…this report is just another way to try and bring Ohana down. Which hasnt worked..if we cannot take in the hard to place horses, and the horses that are in need of medical help, it is the horses that suffer. So this report attacks horses, not Ohana.

Everyone deserves to write a rebuttal in their defense, I totally agree.  ……But there is something VERY significant about this piece that was pointed out to me that I want you to see.

If you go back to the top of the page where someone wrote a Ripoff Report against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch, you will see the author for this report:

  • Submitted:
    • Wednesday, November 16, 2011
  • Last Posting:
    • Sunday, January 22, 2012
  • Reported By:
  • horsesinneed — port richey Florida United States of America

Now go to the Ripoff Report for Ohana Rescue and go to the rebuttal that Ohana wrote.

#1

Owner of Company

Second Opinion

AUTHOR: horsesinneed – port richey (United States of America)

THE AUTHOR who wrote the Ripoff report against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch is HORSESINNEED.  The owner of Ohana Rescue wrote a rebuttal this morning on the Ripoff Report that someone posted against them.  The author to this rebuttal is HORSESINNEED. 

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WRITING A RIPOFF REPORT AGAINST THE

DOMINO EFFECT RESCUE RANCH TO TRY AND SABOTAGE OUR RESCUE!!!

CARRIE YOUNG STATES ” I Don’t Have to Prove that I am Telling the Truth ~ You Have to Prove that I am Lying

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE started attacking our rescue back in August 2011, just days after they arrived here to Brooksville.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/ohana-attended-bocc-against-derr/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE started rallying her hate group against us shortly after she arrived.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/harrassment-slander-lies-and-now-stalking/

The entire group who are responsible for attacking the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch are ALL friends with CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE:  Nikki & Maryanne Tobin, Ted & Karen Koran, Sandy Woods, Tom Logsdon, Kathleen Walton, Bevery Levitt.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/birds-of-a-feather-flock-together/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE and Maryann Tobin sent in complaints to HCAS against us.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/maryann-tobin-accuses-hcac-of-favoritism-towards-the-domino-effect-rescue-ranch-2/

CARRIE YOUNG’S FRIEND,  Maryann Tobin wrote many articles against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch trying to have us shut down.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/03/04/domino-effect-e/

CARRIE YOUNG’S FRIEND, Maryann Tobin, wrote an article to undermine our success story that we wrote about a horse we adopted out named Katie. 

Our Success story about Katie

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/reunion-of-the-heart/

It was presented as an e-mail narrated by Beverly Levitt (also friends with CARRIE YOUNG)  against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch about a horse that we adopted out last year named Katie.

http://www.examiner.com/article/domino-effect-ranch-an-email-horror-story-of-horse-abuse

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE went to the BOCC in Brooksville to pass laws to change the zoning here in Brooksville and bring stricter penalties against animal neglect and abuse-using the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch as her reference in doing so.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/ohana-attended-bocc-against-derr/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE  teamed up with our neighbors, TED & KAREN KORAN (THE CRITTER PLACE), SANDY WOODS, TOM LOGSDON, KATHLEEN WALTON on both sides of us as part of her hate group against us.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/ted-korans-tall-tails/

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/category/birds-of-a-feather-flock-together/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE presented lies to Channel 10 News and Mike Deeson against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch to have us shut down.

http://www.wtsp.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=1585193874001&odyssey=mod%7Cnewswell%7Ctext%7CFRONTPAGE%7Cfeatured&fb_source=message

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE has a Facebook friend, Jenny Rodden Sloan who writes for the Horse & Pony News.  In June, 2012,  Horse and Pony News came out with an article against the Domino Effect Rescue Ranch.

https://dominoeffectexaminer.wordpress.com/2012/06/08/horse-pony-news-july-2012-edition-article-written-against-derr/

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE and Maryann Tobin were seen together by a person surrendering their horse to Ohana, devising a plan to shut us down.

CARRIE YOUNG OF OHANA RESCUE and Claire North posted in the groupFLORIDA CITIZENS COUNCIL FOR AT-RISK EQUINES under files

kill buyers/traders/people to be wary of in rehoming your horse:  https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/FL.CITIZENS.CARE/doc/398609716834435/

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch…Dinelle and Robert Delaney Ashcraft

Je Je Heppler

Stephanie Prater: always seems to be on the lookout for horses on the free horses page..claims to be a trainer but horses are then rehomed with little training. Just be wary of her.  Dylan Spin: horse trader  Samantha Lynne??????? unsure!

CARRIE YOUNG HAS BEEN  THE MASTERMIND BEHIND TRYING TO SABOTAGE THE DOMINO EFFECT RESCUE RANCH SINCE AUGUST 2011.

IS THIS APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR FOR ONE RESCUE TO TREAT ANOTHER???

People who love and rescue horses do it for the good of the horse… each has their own way of doing it.. Much like the way we raise our children…. We will not please everyone with our decisions on how we do it… It is not our right to judge how its done…. the end result speaks for itself happy re-homed horses.. Not all make it not all are successful but in the end we all have learned!

Posted by:  Angel King

*WARNING TO ALL RESCUES*  YOU COULD BE NEXT ~ IF WE DON’T PUT A STOP TO THIS!!!

Carrie Young States “Things don’t just come your way and happen, you make them happen.”

How many times has Ohana claimed that “everyone” is out to get her and “everyone” is falsely accusing them for attacking others. 

How many times has Ohana protrayed themselves to be the INNOCENT PARTY…….Just sayin.

Dinelle Ashcraft

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch
“People Helping Animals Helping People”
 
Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft
10370 Snowbird Avenue
Weeki Wachee, Florida 34614
(352) 596-3104

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The ATTACKS Continue~HARRASSMENT, SLANDER, LIES, and now STALKING!!!

by Domino Effect on Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 9:03am

 

THIS IS THE HARRASSMENT WE ARE EXPERIENCING FROM A LOCAL RESCUE WHO IS SPREADING LIES AGAINST US TRYING TO SHUT US DOWN. KEEP IN MIND, THESE ARE FALSE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST US IN HOPES TO SHED BAD LIGHT ON OUR OPERATION.

Ohana Rescue: I have one simple question please….what are your thoughts on a rescue that rehomes 72 horses in 90 days? What is happening to these horses?

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Allan Wilson lol Maryann

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Ohana Rescue No but they say all their monies go to the horses

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Maryann Tobin ohana has no tv cux a horse ate it. haha

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Danielle Carreno Oh yeah did,i mention that they hit a 3 yr old half lingr filly never,been saddled or ridden in,her,life and then 2 days,later on sat for adoption day they saddle her up and 3 diff people ride her n are just yanking on,her face and smiling in,tge pics! N yet don’t think they,where wrong for that because they,needed to make sure she was ridable for adoption. This was very sad and every since then all if these things have come out and come to light. I mean really if, you know about horses you don’t just,saddle up a filly who has never had a saddle on and just, get on, her back and ride like she has been riding. Let alone put 2 other people on her., they,are lucky those people did not get seriously hurt!

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Ohana Rescue No we have a tv, but no service…service would feed a horse for three wks, and the horse wins…:)

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Allan Wilson yea , we need a tv , and some food for us , and our trucks dont have gas , so if anyone can help out a little , that would save a horse from being shot..oh yea , we dont have any chocolate either

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Danielle Carreno Got not hit

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Ohana Rescue LOL Allan, you just ate some chocolate.

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Maryann Tobin you want one of those free tv box things? i have 2 i don’t know what to do with.

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Zelda Ewing Lawson I got blocked over that issue with the haflinger because I told you who had her.

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Allan Wilson not sure if i could remeber how to use one anymore , but thank you Ms

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Allan Wilson Maryann

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Allan Wilson 🙂

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Danielle Carreno Lets just say I keep an eye out for, ohana 🙂

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Allan Wilson ok lets 🙂 lol

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Ohana Rescue Thank Danielle..:) and Zelda…I got a picture of that sent to me about that horse, and then got slammed because of it…we get so many emails and texts from people asking us to help these horses…we have been dealing with this for a while now.

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Danielle Carreno Oh did I mention that, they placed st, least for horses that I know of in foster homes but when I asked if I could foster one they told, me they are not doing that, program., and that 3 diff homes each adopted 2 of their horses and those are the only 3 they talk about nothing on, where the others went

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Maryann Tobin no worries Allan…you can still change the channel without letting go of the remote. lol

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Ohana Rescue Isnt that so true Maryann…LOL he goes off the air frequently too..

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Danielle Carreno Your very welcome 🙂

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Maryann Tobin lmao

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Danielle Carreno Lol

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Nikki Tobin that horse is one of the ones i offred to foster and do 30 days trainign with,i went to fit her for a bit not too long after that fiasco and she rolled her eyes in fear and backed away she only calmed down afteri walked her in circles and rubbed her forehead a little bit but shes absolutely terrified of tack now thanks to their “knowledge” and after they scared the crap out of her they didnt reassure her or comfort her or let her know before that the tack wasnt gonna hurt

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Janice Curtis-Drennen sounds fishy to me

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Danielle Carreno Yeah I even wanted to adopt her to get her out, if there and they never called, me back about her. I wanted to foster buety but they won’t answer me back about her eaithet

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Nikki Tobin thats why i offered to foster her or little gator the mini with the wobbly legs and i offered to adopt a filly they have and was turned down for all of them…

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Danielle Carreno It seems to me that they only adopt to the same people! def something vary fishy going on there

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Ohana Rescue And the little mini was being chased around by Kimerly Young on Princess Dianes back…there are pictures showing the abuse.

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Danielle Carreno Wow are u serious! I’m going another rout in trying to adopt them. I may not be able to keep them for myself but can find them a better home than, that.

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Nikki Tobin almost anything would be better than what those horses are in now…

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Sean Guffey SLAUGHTER, THAT SIMPLE

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Zanetta Smith Sounds to me like they’re not doing any check as far as vets, or any other references.

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Jennifer Lynn Loscar Can I say what I think? I know I’m just a kid so that’s why I’m asking

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Takayojii Kuwanado Are there any meat processing plants close by? If so, possibly its a ‘Killing room, Express’ “Rescue” Operation. Hope not!

 

Lynda Barhorst SOMEONE is making lots of money at someone elses expense!

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Linda Kline That sounds suspect to me, I would want to SEE the homes these 72 horses went to. People are having a hard time giving horses away much less charging an adoption fee etc.

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Takayojii Kuwanado Do you have details of the horse rescue outfit under consideration?

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Linda Kline Yes, I too would like to know who these people are.

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Lynda Barhorst I bet it’s Domino Effect Rescue Ranch in Weeki Wachee…they were just in trouble for injuring a horse…..

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Bonnie Maloney Will someone please PM me or confirm it DOmino Effect so I can unfriend/not cross post for them

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Kammey Schultz This is a sad but great ending to a horse that I adopted when I got him he was nothing but skin and bones I was told he was 5 found out he was 2 When I called the rescue whome had never done a home check or anything because he was never trained and I was having all sorts of health and training issues with him they told me to sell him that they wouldn’t take him back very scary i now but very true. I have him still he is healthy and doing great here with me I would be lost without him but this could be the same situation

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Donna Kyle Let’s hope they have a really good adoption policy with lots of helpers checking out the adoptees. We can pray that the animals are going to a good home. Let us know what you find out.

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Allan Wilson Jennifer, yes you can say what you think…. Bonnie, Confirmed!!! Donaa, BWWWAAAAHAHAHAHAAAA yea right 😦

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Rennie Taft There will never be a “standard” of care among horsepeople. YOu get everything from the worst to the best, just like with people in the world. All anyone can do is to keep your eyes open, have a camera ready document it if there is any abuse, and charge them legally…Othere than bitch about it, which does absolutely no good and does not help the animals. IF you see abuse report, it document it. get it out …make them own up.

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Allan Wilson That is what is happening on the ground as we speak Ms Rennie…But out county seems to grade on a curve and we are going to do what is possible to change our local laws

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Debbie Sharp you can make all the stink you want, call ALL the authorities, involve PETA and even state agency and still not get results….been there, done that just like alot of others who care…counties claim no money and they have to follow procedure which takes forever while the horse is starving, in pain or ready to literally die. Sometimes sharing on fb, “bitching” about it helps to find someone who DOES have a spot for a horse or is ready to take on the monumental task and expense of bringing one back from the brink of starvation. I have also seen instances where posting will bring witnesses forward with info that helps prosecute these degenerate, low life, scumbags

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Helen M Basten not good.

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Nikki Tobin it is in fact domino effect and we are all trying to shut them down so no more horses get hurt or killed

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Debbie Sharp have an incredible respect and admiration for what you do Ohana and Nikki…I don’t think alot of people realize the dedication. patience, legwork or, sometimes, ass-kissingt…lol.. it takes JUST to get them removed

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I have one simple question please….what are your thoughts on a rescue that

rehomes 72 horses in 90 days? What is happening to these horses?

 

Nikki Tobin he told me they all go out on adoption contracts….does he have these? the information on where the horses are now? recent pics? did he do a home check? i highly doubt he checked 72 homes in 90 days for all the animals he adopted out.they also have several cats that are unfixed and more than liekly breeding with each other i personally saw two pics male and female in the same pen breeding im assuming so he can sell the babies

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Ohana Rescue He does not have his proper licensing in Fla.

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Tracie Huff I was thinking along that line. ANYONE can claim they’ve re-homed 72 horses in 90 days, but to actually prove that is another story. AND…to prove they went to good, loving home where they will be cared for properly. I’ve watched a dear friend of mine care for three Haffies, and a mule. It’s a lot of work. Between the feeding, grooming, floating, shoeing, and exercising….it’s not a relationship that is for everyone. So it makes me wonder a bit, at who these 72 horses went to if there even were 72 to begin with.

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Crissy Riesland Wonder what the sale barn scedule is?

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Maryann Tobin something IS being done. I bet you all can’t wait to read my next article.

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Ohana Rescue So waiting Maryann…:)

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Maryann Tobin this is also an election year. it would be almost impossible for us to run out of politicians to petition.

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Maryann Tobin there should be some action out there very very soon

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Allan Wilson feed if some ones out , and sleep till late morning or afternoon, 13 horses on less than 2…yes I said TWO acres standing there now , and yes they have the numbers coming thru there

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Allan Wilson sorry , barn schedule is feed sometimes and sleep late

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Ohana Rescue Tree bark gone from the horses trying to find something to eat…palmetto bushes eaten to the nub…goes on and on, they ask for dog food, for what one dog, they are feeding it to the horses.

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Ohana Rescue You know, to all their supporters….where there is smoke, there is fire…

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Allan Wilson @ Maryann , I look forward to the day that horse will again be safe , at least in our town

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Maryann Tobin much has already been accomplished. since Thursday when my first article on the horse that had her chest ripped open published, they have virtually shut down their FB page. People are coming forward and the truth is coming out. its all good for those of us who truly care about the welfare of horses

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Maryann Tobin persistence is the key. If we do not give up the real winners will be the horses

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Christy McGowan Gonzalez Weve had a lot of horses stolen from this area and others who’s to say he’s not the one? To be able to wheel and deal that many horses at one time I just PRAY to God they did not go to slaughter!!

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Judy Pittman rescue” is the wrong word

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Ted Koran I asked the exact same question to 2 renouned rescues in Tampa. Instant answer: SLAUGHTER?

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Ted Koran They haven’t shut it down Maryann Tobin, They’ve made it for “Friends” only.

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Maryann Tobin yes but they have un-friended many. also how are they going to beg for money from strangers with that status?

 

Kathleen Wells Steventon Meat?

 

Maryann Tobin it will certainly slow them down quite a bit with a non-public site

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Allan Wilson @ Christy…Love to see pics of missing horses in our locale

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Allan Wilson yes Ms Kathleen , meat 😦

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Christy McGowan Gonzalez They just posted on one of the paso groups I’m on that a sundowner trailer with a load of horses and tack was stolen out in Arkansas? The tag on the truck was a GA tag

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Carolyn Sanders ok pm who the heck we are taking about thanks!

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Christy McGowan Gonzalez We personally had some friends horses stole around last yr I think? Right down the road here in PC well I think that area was seffner but The truck was said to be a maroon dodge flat bed with an open stock trailer the neighbors saw it.leave but thought it was the owners or friends

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Ted Koran Where are all of these nice horses coming from to begin with. They don’t accept them unless they are ridable and healthy. They have a few needy ones to make them look like they are acually helping a few. They only get fed when someone is about to show up to look at them.

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Christy McGowan Gonzalez Carry can tell you first hand Allen the crap she and we had to go through with the ” so called rescue” that she was given them from the ah deputys said she was spose to be shut down but was still running a website with horses for adoption even 3 horses that she didn’t have anymore Christy and Kate being 2 of them!!

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Christy McGowan Gonzalez Chrissy*

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Ted Koran @ Christy McGowan. One steals and exchange made somewhere else?

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Allan Wilson PCE ?

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Carolyn Sanders ??

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Debbie Sharp Carrie, I am in Fla. too and the economy is no better here than anywhere else. You know as well as I do that if someone could rehome that many horses, they would be lining the farms from you to me in St. Augustine. No one is paying for shipping out of state to “adopt” a horse that could be found close to home EXCEPT the rescues who are saving them from slaughter/kb. There is NO WAY he found homes for that many rescues!!! And the fact that they have to starve, on their journey to hell, when this lowlife is gonna make money on them, makes me want to clamp battery cables to his b**ls, hang him in the tree the horses were eating, and switch the power on every 15 mins for the rest of his disgusting life……….oops, glad it is so late, don’t want the kids asking what that means 🙂

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Allan Wilson plant city equine

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Allan Wilson plant city equine

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Carolyn Sanders never heard of that, guess i’m out of the loop here…

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Ohana Rescue This was what two yrs ago Christy? And by the way, how are you feeling..

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Zelda Ewing Lawson There is NO WAY they could rehome that many horses in that amount of time. That and every horse they seem to get “donated” is as healthy as can be.

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Danielle Carreno They charge a $500 dollar adoption fee but yet never have money to care for them. they should have plenty of money for them if they adopted out that many. $500 got a horse with no coggins out vet check. sad!

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Ohana Rescue I know right, and rideable, they pick and chose and get them off craigs list as FREE horses….that is not a rescue, that is a horse trader.

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Ohana Rescue Every horse that he gets in the middle of the night is going to be shoot if he doesnt come get them…ever notice that….

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Zelda Ewing Lawson We tried to adopt a couple of animals from them after we helped them out (not horses) and they told me they didn’t have any available.

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Maryann Tobin $500 fee times 72 horses…hum.. that’s $36,000 – in 90 days?

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Allan Wilson ya know..it seems you are all on a witch hunt , Carrie just asked a simple question 😉

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Allan Wilson lol

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Ohana Rescue hmmmm, IRS and social security should hear about this…

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Ohana Rescue Shush up Allan….or I will fly my broom right out of this room….LOL

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Ohana Rescue And they are constantly begging for food, toilet paper and everything….go figure….WE AT OHANA RESCUE DONT EVEN HAVE TV, all our monies go to the horses.

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Maryann Tobin they solicit toilet paper.. really? do they think the horses will eat that? lol

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Allan Wilson lol Maryann

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Ohana Rescue No but they say all their monies go to the horses

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Maryann Tobin ohana has no tv cux a horse ate it. haha

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Danielle Carreno Oh yeah did,i mention that they hit a 3 yr old half lingr filly never,been saddled or ridden in,her,life and then 2 days,later on sat for adoption day they saddle her up and 3 diff people ride her n are just yanking on,her face and smiling in,tge pics! N yet don’t think they,where wrong for that because they,needed to make sure she was ridable for adoption. This was very sad and every since then all if these things have come out and come to light. I mean really if, you know about horses you don’t just,saddle up a filly who has never had a saddle on and just, get on, her back and ride like she has been riding. Let alone put 2 other people on her., they,are lucky those people did not get seriously hurt!

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Ohana Rescue No we have a tv, but no service…service would feed a horse for three wks, and the horse wins…:)

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Allan Wilson yea , we need a tv , and some food for us , and our trucks dont have gas , so if anyone can help out a little , that would save a horse from being shot..oh yea , we dont have any chocolate either

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Danielle Carreno Got not hit

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Ohana Rescue LOL Allan, you just ate some chocolate.

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Maryann Tobin you want one of those free tv box things? i have 2 i don’t know what to do with.

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Zelda Ewing Lawson I got blocked over that issue with the haflinger because I told you who had her.

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Allan Wilson not sure if i could remeber how to use one anymore , but thank you Ms

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Allan Wilson Maryann

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Allan Wilson 🙂

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Danielle Carreno Lets just say I keep an eye out for, ohana 🙂

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Allan Wilson ok lets 🙂 lol

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Ohana Rescue Thank Danielle..:) and Zelda…I got a picture of that sent to me about that horse, and then got slammed because of it…we get so many emails and texts from people asking us to help these horses…we have been dealing with this for a while now.

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Danielle Carreno Oh did I mention that, they placed st, least for horses that I know of in foster homes but when I asked if I could foster one they told, me they are not doing that, program., and that 3 diff homes each adopted 2 of their horses and those are the only 3 they talk about nothing on, where the others went

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Maryann Tobin no worries Allan…you can still change the channel without letting go of the remote. lol

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Ohana Rescue Isnt that so true Maryann…LOL he goes off the air frequently too..

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Danielle Carreno Your very welcome 🙂

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Maryann Tobin lmao

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Danielle Carreno Lol

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Nikki Tobin that horse is one of the ones i offred to foster and do 30 days trainign with,i went to fit her for a bit not too long after that fiasco and she rolled her eyes in fear and backed away she only calmed down afteri walked her in circles and rubbed her forehead a little bit but shes absolutely terrified of tack now thanks to their “knowledge” and after they scared the crap out of her they didnt reassure her or comfort her or let her know before that the tack wasnt gonna hurt

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Janice Curtis-Drennen sounds fishy to me

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Danielle Carreno Yeah I even wanted to adopt her to get her out, if there and they never called, me back about her. I wanted to foster buety but they won’t answer me back about her eaithet

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Nikki Tobin thats why i offered to foster her or little gator the mini with the wobbly legs and i offered to adopt a filly they have and was turned down for all of them…

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Danielle Carreno It seems to me that they only adopt to the same people! def something vary fishy going on there

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Ohana Rescue And the little mini was being chased around by Kimerly Young on Princess Dianes back…there are pictures showing the abuse.

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Danielle Carreno Wow are u serious! I’m going another rout in trying to adopt them. I may not be able to keep them for myself but can find them a better home than, that.

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Nikki Tobin almost anything would be better than what those horses are in now…

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Sean Guffey SLAUGHTER, THAT SIMPLE

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Zanetta Smith Sounds to me like they’re not doing any check as far as vets, or any other references.

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Jennifer Lynn Loscar Can I say what I think? I know I’m just a kid so that’s why I’m asking

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Takayojii Kuwanado Are there any meat processing plants close by? If so, possibly its a ‘Killing room, Express’ “Rescue” Operation. Hope not!

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Lynda Barhorst SOMEONE is making lots of money at someone elses expense!

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Linda Kline That sounds suspect to me, I would want to SEE the homes these 72 horses went to. People are having a hard time giving horses away much less charging an adoption fee etc.

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Takayojii Kuwanado Do you have details of the horse rescue outfit under consideration?

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Linda Kline Yes, I too would like to know who these people are.

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Lynda Barhorst I bet it’s Domino Effect Rescue Ranch in Weeki Wachee…they were just in trouble for injuring a horse…..

 

Bonnie Maloney Will someone please PM me or confirm it DOmino Effect so I can unfriend/not cross post for them

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Kammey Schultz This is a sad but great ending to a horse that I adopted when I got him he was nothing but skin and bones I was told he was 5 found out he was 2 When I called the rescue whome had never done a home check or anything because he was never trained and I was having all sorts of health and training issues with him they told me to sell him that they wouldn’t take him back very scary i now but very true. I have him still he is healthy and doing great here with me I would be lost without him but this could be the same situation

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Ohana Rescue Yes

Donna Kyle Let’s hope they have a really good adoption policy with lots of helpers checking out the adoptees. We can pray that the animals are going to a good home. Let us know what you find out.

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Allan Wilson Jennifer, yes you can say what you think…. Bonnie, Confirmed!!! Donaa, BWWWAAAAHAHAHAHAAAA yea right 😦

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Rennie Taft There will never be a “standard” of care among horsepeople. YOu get everything from the worst to the best, just like with people in the world. All anyone can do is to keep your eyes open, have a camera ready document it if there is any abuse, and charge them legally…Othere than bitch about it, which does absolutely no good and does not help the animals. IF you see abuse report, it document it. get it out …make them own up.

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Allan Wilson That is what is happening on the ground as we speak Ms Rennie…But out county seems to grade on a curve and we are going to do what is possible to change our local laws

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Debbie Sharp you can make all the stink you want, call ALL the authorities, involve PETA and even state agency and still not get results….been there, done that just like alot of others who care…counties claim no money and they have to follow procedure which takes forever while the horse is starving, in pain or ready to literally die. Sometimes sharing on fb, “bitching” about it helps to find someone who DOES have a spot for a horse or is ready to take on the monumental task and expense of bringing one back from the brink of starvation. I have also seen instances where posting will bring witnesses forward with info that helps prosecute these degenerate, low life, scumbags

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Helen M Basten not good.

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Nikki Tobin it is in fact domino effect and we are all trying to shut them down so no more horses get hurt or killed

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Debbie Sharp have an incredible respect and admiration for what you do Ohana and Nikki…I don’t think alot of people realize the dedication. patience, legwork or, sometimes, ass-kissingt…lol.. it takes JUST to get them removed

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AND NOW WE ARE BEING STALKED BY OUR NEIGHBORS DAY AND NIGHT WHO HAVE JOINED OHANA’S MISSION AGAINST US.

Last night our neighbor, Tom Logsdon left in a hurry and returned with a van following him back into his property next door to us. The van left an hour or so later going really slow past our property and stopping on the East corner of our fence line and let Tom Logsdon out to walk on foot slowly back past our place.

Early this morning at 7:00 a.m. this vehicle was found to be sitting next to our fence line, as who ever was attending this vehicle was stalking our property.

 

Later this morning Tom Logsdon was seen standing at our fence with his back turned the other way, as if he was up to something. He knows he does not have our permission to touch the horses, but clearly does as he pleases anyway.

 

Early Afternoon, Tom Logsdon and Kathleen Walton spent the day camped out on the porch glaring at Bob all morning and afternoon while he worked with the horses.

He was also seen lounging next to the corner fence line in a camping chair with binoculars watching our place and watching Bob.

Next thing you know they called the police department out to complain that we were guilty of taking pictures of them while they were spying, harassing, and stalking my husband all night and all day long minding our business instead of their own.

There were no charges placed on us for documenting their harassment and stocking against us.

ARE THESE PEOPLE CRAZY???  They are accusing us of adopting 72 horses out in the past 2 months.  They are accusing us of stealing horses and selling them to kill buyers or sending them to slaughter.  These people are stating that we conduct our business in the middle of the night when everyone is sleeping.  And to top it off, there are 150 comments above of people who actually believe this garbage!!!  Where is your common sense people???  We have adopted out over 100 ANIMALS in the past 2 months, not HORSES!!!  We have adopted out chickens, baby chicks, goats, a cow, pigs, piglets, donkeys, rabbits, ducks, birds, kittens, miniature horses, and horses.  Every animal has been documented on my page when it has left this ranch.  Every animal that has been brought in and gone out is accounted for.  These people are calling numerous agencies and fabricating stories to have them seize our horses and shut our doors.  We have been very successful for finding good homes for these animals and I guess have bothered a few people along the way.  This is unbelievably sad that people are going to extremes to hurt us and hurt these animals!!!  We don’t even feel safe in our own home with these attacks against us.  How dare people be so cruel!!!

Dinelle Ashcraft

Domino Effect Rescue Ranch.
“People Helping Animals Helping People”

Robert & Dinelle Ashcraft.
10370 Snowbird Avenue
Weeki Wachee, Florida 34614
(352) 596-3104

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