Horse Trainer responds to lawsuit involving American Pharoah’s sibling

Triple Crown NEWARK, NJ — The Pittsgrove woman accused in a lawsuit filed in federal court of reneging on a deal to sell three horses — including a sibling of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah — denies the accusations and says the horses never were for sale. Heather Hollahan said she offered the horses for free to Dominic DeBellis,…

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