Options for dealing with unwanted horses are limited
What to do with an unwanted horse is almost always an issue for horse owners, but that question is more predominant these days.
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#1 Jul 15, 2009
we dont know what you do with unwanted horses, but we sure know what you DON'T do. you dont pick up and move out of state and leave your horse to starve to death. we just rescued a horse about 2 weeks ago who's owner hadn't been feeding her, and then moved out of the state and left the horse to finish starving to death. she should be spending time in jail, but it doesnt look like the county attorney is going to press charges.
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