Texas boarder, vet to get share of sale proceeds
Attorney says he expects the same for Meri-J Ranch
ROCKFORD – As ousted Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell's criminal case inches forward, some headway was made Wednesday regarding her large herd of quarter horses.
Federal prosecutors and an attorney for one of two interveners in the civil suit seeking to sell Crundwell's horses say they've reached an agreement regarding liens on 54 horses.
Brock and Kristin Allen of Allen Equine Services, and veterinarians A. Barry Wood and Hartman Equine Reproduction Center, all of Texas, say they have liens in excess of $150,000 for boarding and caring for Crundwell's horses there.
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