Derickson v. United States Department of Agriculture, 546 F.3d 335 (6th Cir. 2008)

(review denied of defendant's finding that plaintiffs violated the Horse Protection Act by transporting and entering in a horse show a "sore" horse; defendant had substantial evidence to support findings that (1) plaintiffs liable for transporting a horse; (2) one plaintiff liable for entering the horse in a horse show; and (3) defendant's Horse Protection Operating Plan did not limit its ability to impose legal sanctions on plaintiffs).

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