R v Marohn, 28 March 2012, Surrey, BCPC 198 (BCPC)

Several horses were thin and a necropsy performed on one of Marohn’s horses after it was euthanized determined that the horse was emaciated due to lack of food and nutrition. Marohn was in dire financial straits but did not accept the SPCA’s offer to take four of the horses. His efforts to find alternative locations for the horses were not commensurate with the seriousness of the situation.