One of 23 horses taken into the care of the Lexington Humane Society. The horses were seized after their owner quit paying for their care at a Fayette County boarding stable.
One of 23 horses taken into the care of the Lexington Humane Society. The horses were seized after their owner quit paying for their care at a Fayette County boarding stable. Provided by the Lexington Humane Society
One of 23 horses taken into the care of the Lexington Humane Society. The horses were seized after their owner quit paying for their care at a Fayette County boarding stable. Provided by the Lexington Humane Society

Lexington Humane Society takes over care of 23 abandoned horses

December 30, 2015 04:06 PM

UPDATED December 31, 2015 12:06 PM

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