One Year Later, Horses Seized in Indiana Faring Well

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Nearly a year after Indiana Horse Rescue (IHR) Southwest took over the care of more than 100 horses on a Gibson County, Ind., farm, the animals continue to improve, and many have been adopted into new homes.

Between seized animals and a large number of horses that were voluntarily surrendered, a total of 121 animals from the farm were placed in the care of IHR between 2006

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