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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Missing Horse in the Roulette, Millport, Shinglehouse, Hebron, Coudersport areas

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Missing Horse in the Roulette, Millport, Shinglehouse, Hebron, Coudersport areas.

Went missing around 8:30 PM on August 30, 2016 from Clara Township, Carley Hill Rd.

Palomino Stallion. He is lacking quite a bit of weight. Small in stature. Around 14hh. 

 HE CAN BE DANGEROUS TO HANDLE!!!!!! 

Please, if found, call the Pennsylvania State Police at 814-274-8690 or call Casey at 814-544-7403 or 814-558-8026.

19 comments :

Anonymous said...

Great. A dangerous horse on the loose.

Anonymous said...

if he's dangerous let him run .. then he'll see which side his breads buttered on...

Michelle Brugh said...

He said it was dangerous to handle. Its not a Grizzly. Geez. They just dont want everyone trying to catch him.

Anonymous said...

Great. Another wild horse to crap in front of my house. It's bad enough the tame ones people ride leave delicious smelling road apples by my bedroom window, now the mean, wild one is also gonna be stopping by to leave his gift. I live several miles away from Clara hill but I'll bet this horse will find me.

Anonymous said...

Dangerous to handle? Yep, that's a horse I'd want around to.

Anonymous said...

I wish I had a dollar for all the nasty negative comments on here. If you can't be nice why write. If you don't like what you read quit reading it. I for one am tired of it.

Anonymous said...

He is a resue. Was abused

Anonymous said...

He is a resue. Does not trust people. People mistreated him

Anonymous said...

What's his name?

Anonymous said...

SUCK it up

Anonymous said...

I hope this horse is found safe & sound and no one gets hurt catching him. I'm a horse owner and would be leery of catching a stud on the loose. Call the owner or police. And geez folks, have a little compassion. A horse is no big deal if you don't act stupid.

Bill Lindsley said...

There are allot more dangerous animals out there than a horse,, I bet it's nowhere near as dangerous to handle as a bear cub,, a little common sense goes a long ways...

Anonymous said...

I d rather deal with that horse- then some of you horsesass

Anonymous said...

Put out a bag of oats or even just a carrot and that horse would be there in a minute.

Anonymous said...

Bear cub? Who's handling bear cubs regularly enough to know they are more dangerous than an uncut horse?

Anonymous said...

Believe it or not, I deal with most of the morons on this board on a weekly basis. Still rather have to deal with your crap than catch a "flighty stallion".

tiffany conerby said...

I for one can say that I would rather help catch this horse than deal with all these negative asshats on here what happened to people being nice and having some feelings for others wow for the love of god

Anonymous said...

I agree from the sound of them I think they would shoot it an never say anything. Hope you find him I look when i'm driving the areas. have your number in the car. Praying you find him

Anonymous said...

Problem is, is that if you are going to take in a rescue animal especially one larger in size and has special needs you need to have a proper facility or area to take care of them. I don't see how this place was set up for such an animal. I am sure there was a better placement for the horse and I hope there were no children nearby if it is known to be dangerous due to being abused. Depending on the age of the children they may not understand the danger. And for someone who goes around turning people in for the care of animals, maybe this organization should think twice before offering another to her to train or take care of. Now there is a scared, starving, lonely and dangerous horse out there who heaven forbid could harm someone or itself. Just doesn't seem right. Hope the horse is found safe and relocated. Poor thing deserves better.