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2:55 am on Wednesday November 25, 2009

Carolina Polo and Carriage Company appeals 30-day suspension

Image by Flickr user *Kid*Doc*One*Image by 20091125-carriage.jpg Carolina Polo and Carriage Company, which has been in hot water as of late, have appealed their 30-day suspension. Read more stories on this subject in our Polo Carriage Company topic...
2:15 am on Saturday November 7, 2009

Charleston carriage company gets license suspended (update)

Update November 7: The Post and Courier has followed with a slightly more in-depth write-up that has some additional context; read it here. First reporting: Following a guilty plea for violating city codes regarding animal welfare, the Carolina...
8:38 am on Thursday September 3, 2009

The Carolina Polo and Carriage Company saga continues

Image by Flickr user billreadImage by 20090903-carriage.jpg The Post and Courier reports that Carolina Polo and Carriage Company, in the midst of a negligence lawsuit, is filing the same exact suit against the woman who originally got the company in...
11:18 am on Wednesday August 19, 2009

Carolina Polo Company pleads guilty, fined $1,800

Image by Flickr user cliff1066Image by 20090819-carriage.jpg The Carolina Polo and Carriage Company pleaded guilty to violating four city code violations and was slapped with $1,800 in fines. The fines seem a bit weak considering the company...
7:36 am on Monday July 13, 2009

Carolina Polo and Carriage Company cited, headed to court (updated)

Image by Flickr user pocketwileyImage by 20090710-horses.jpg Update July 13: The Post and Courier reports that the Carolina Polo and Carriage Company has requested that a jury consider the company's eleven code violations. Each code violation is...
8:45 am on Tuesday June 23, 2009

Downtown carriage company under investigation

Image by Flickr user *Kid*Doc*One*Image by 20090623-horse.jpg Carolina Polo and Carriage Company is being investigated after Nancy Lane, a horse boarder, accused the company of neglecting its animals. Five of the company's horses have died over the...
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