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Update July 13:
The Post and Courier reports that the Carolina Polo and Carriage Company has requested that a jury consider the company's eleven code violations.
Each code violation is around a $1,100 penalty and the city could suspend the company's operations depending upon the trial's outcome.
Carolina Polo and Carriage Company will face a Charleston municipal court judge Monday, July 13, on six city code citations.
After being cited and given a two-day window to make necessary changes for the safety and health of the horses, Carolina Polo addressed only one of the six citations they faced.