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District judge grants injunction to allow cloned horses to be registered

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Amarillo, TX - A federal judge in Amarillo has decided whether cloned horses will be registered with the nation's superior quarter horse organization.

A hearing Monday follows a jury verdict from last month that states the AQHA violates antitrust laws by forbidding the registration of cloned horses.

District Judge Mary Lou Robinson granted an injunction to allow cloned animals to be registered.

It will take effect 30 days after she signs it, which could happen this week.

The two breeders filing suit say the association is operating a monopoly by excluding clones.

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