- Associated Press - Sunday, December 21, 2014

SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) - A northern Ohio woman who runs a temporary home for rescued horses is worried she may be forced to give up the operation.

Linda Hillenbrand says she might not be able to take in any more horses if a sheriff’s sale goes on as scheduled next month at the Erie County Courthouse in Sandusky.

The Sandusky Register (https://bit.ly/13J4jWW) reports the sale is because of a business dispute between the owners of the stables.

Hillenbrand says she hopes to prevent the sale.

She takes in horses that no longer have a home and then adopts them out. She has about a dozen rescue horses up for adoption now.

She estimates that she’s helped 70 to 75 horses over the years.

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