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Monday, January 13, 2020

PSP Coudersport investigating horses trespassing on private property


17 comments :

Anonymous said...

Can horses trespass? Take them downtown for questioning, or call in for a "wellness check" You'll never hear another whinny again.

Anonymous said...

These horses were told to quit horsing around once before lol

Anonymous said...

Who got the disorderly the horses. Whats next TUI trotting under the influence from eating to much grain.

Anonymous said...

It's all jokes from you guys till it's your property that's being torn up by the horses hooves! Just like any other animal/pet, THE OWNER is responsible for keeping them under control at ALL times.

Anonymous said...

My neighbor's horses used to get loose and trample my front lawn every spring. With the weight of the horses and the wet ground it left hundreds of large hoof prints at least four inches deep. To keep the peace, I would call the neighbor, a wounded Vietnam vet, and each year we would repair his fence together. It brought us closer even though I'm twenty years his junior. Finally, I decided to stop filling in the holes and he and I used my front lawn for a hundred odd hole golf course. I guess we turned it into something positive. Too bad others cannot.

Anonymous said...

10:29 that's awesome you helped that vet verses turning him in! Obviously you made a good friend! That's how it should be! Animals get out, the owners should take care of whatever got destroyed but to report it like some is just insane to me. If this repeatedly happened and the neighbor didnt bother first to contact the owner and just reported it that's ridiculous to me, because I'm sure the horse owner would have made it right. But thank you for being a good sport and helping a man out instead of being a d**k.

Anonymous said...

We had the same problem but it was cows destroying our yard, I can empathize with Mr Derr

Anonymous said...

Some of you people can come on here & run your mouths, if you have never had horses or cows come in your yard with this kind of weather, the ground is extremely soft, these animals do mega damage. So you have no business judging this family ! I would be upset too, especially when this has happened to this family before, it was not just one horse nor two horses, it’s been multiple horses, if you don’t know the whole story, keep your assumptions to yourself, these people are in their 70’s, worked very hard all their lives & still working, I myself would be madder than hornets to come home after a hard days work & find my yard all tore up again from these multiple horses. These are good people, they are from from being a “d**k”.

Anonymous said...

The owners of these horses have been contacted several times about their horses being loose. 99% of the time they will not answer their phone. This has been going on for over a year now and never once have the owners of the horses ever apologized or even lifted a finger to come help repair the property of their neighbors. It's apparent they can't afford to fix their fence nor feed these animals.If I were the owner and knew I couldn't afford these horses I think I would be trying to downsize,sell or find a way that I could manage these horses. It's just a matter of time and the next police report will be talking about someone getting hurt or killed in a traffic accident because they are around the roads as well.Maybe that's what it will take to get the owners of the horses off their dead butts and resolve the problem

Anonymous said...

Oh for goodness sakes someone needs to find something more serious to fuss over like idk Iran, world hunger, veteran homeless, drug epidemic not horse hooves. Good lord

Anonymous said...

Well said. Everyone makes light of it because it's not there property being destroyed. Animal control should have been called and horses rehomed and who ever has them now fined and banned from owning any future animals

Anonymous said...

Stupid story blah blah blah maybe they don't want what you have and just want there yard that they are paying taxes on

Anonymous said...

Apparently you don't READ Solomon's . These horses have been roaming loose for year's and yes it was brought to the owners attention but they don't care. So don't guess if you aren't aware of the situation.

Anonymous said...

If I called PSP every time a neighbor's cattle tromped around the door yard of my camp, the Trooper would need to bring a toothbrush and jammies and just spend a few nights? I got used to it years ago, ain't botherin' me none.

Anonymous said...

Don't sound to intelligent either.... maybe that's why

Anonymous said...

Just shoot them, the coyotes gotta eat

Anonymous said...

Maybe before you judge the owners you should take a second to think of what they are going through as well. I know this family personally and they have been through hell over the past two year's and both the daughters have been fined thousands of dollars, they have downsized their herd and not to mention the stress of constantly repairing fences after spending hundreds on new supplies only to have it destroyed hours later. I have knowno both the owners to be called by neighbors, or have cops show up on their doorstep, after spending all night in the bitter cold chasing them back only to have them back out a couple hours later. The girls have also taken the time to apologize to the neighbors and offer to clean up yards and offer to repair only to be turned away.Side note I also know personally that the owners provide a 1- 1 1/2 ton bale to the horses every 5-7 days.