No. 83-1543.

727 F.2d 880 (1984)

Nevelle R. STUD, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. TRANS INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES, a corporation, Transamerica Airlines, a corporation, Defendants-Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

Decided March 8, 1984.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Terence S. Cox, Derby, Cook, Quinby & Tweedt, San Francisco, Cal., for plaintiff-appellant.

Drew Pomerance, William V. O'Connor, Kern, Wooley & Maloney, Los Angeles, Cal., for defendants-appellees.

Before GOODWIN, PREGERSON and NELSON, Circuit Judges.

GOODWIN, Circuit Judge.

Nevelle Stud, the owner and shipper of a horse named Super Clint, sued for damages sustained when the horse died ten days after shipment on a Transamerica flight. Stud appeals from a summary judgment for Transamerica.

In April 1980, Transamerica1 transported Super Clint on a flight from Canada to New Zealand. Super Clint, for whom Stud had paid $300,000 the month before, seemed to be in good health upon...

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