Authorities Probe Horse Deaths in Pennsylvania

At least 20 thoroughbred horses on two farms in Pennsylvania have died in the past month and the remaining group of about 30 horses has been impounded, according to animal control officials quoted in an Associated Press story on bloodhorse.com.
 
The horses were being kept on farms run by Terry L. Painter, a former North Huntington Township commissioner, officials said.

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