Reward Offered in Indiana Horse Shooting Case

An animal welfare group hopes the offer of a cash reward of up to $2,500 will lead Indiana law enforcement authorities to whoever used a captive bolt gun to shoot a Standardbred mare while she grazed in her pasture.

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