Circus Horse's Death Not Due to Abuse

The Grand Rapids Press reported recently that the Sept. 28 death of a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus horse will not be investigated by local animal control officers.

The 14-year-old palomino gelding collapsed and died shortly after being charged by a stallion as the horses were unloaded from a train in Grand Rapids.

According to Steve Halstead, DVM,

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