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9 wild horses captured in Belmont County, 2 remaining

Belmont County, Ohio (WTRF) — 15 horses roaming. Now Hoof and Poe of Belmont County have corralled nine of them and transferred them to new homes.

Two people running on National Route 7 were hit by a car and died.

Two more left….The officials will round it up.

One stallion and one mare are currently running at number 7. We want to make sure everyone is aware of it. So far they haven’t landed on the road. And I hope they stay on the hill.

Julie Lalish, Humanitarian Agent, Belmont County Hoofs and Feet

Sadly, a second horse was hit by a car and died.

Officials say it was a stallion chasing a mare.

He crossed the road, but the mare hit the pavement and ran back up the hill, so he tried to cross to catch her and was then beaten.

Julie Lalish, Humanitarian Agent, Belmont County Hoofs and Feet

Fortunately, of the nine horses that have already moved into their new homes, several are pregnant and one has just given birth.

Mom and baby are doing well and I am very happy. Women are very adept at caring for horses. She is familiar with difficult horses. She is also a horse trainer and someone who has been around horses all her life.

Julie Lalish, Humanitarian Agent, Belmont County Hoofs and Feet

So they are putting some plans into action to corral the last two horses.

All 15 are accounted for by these two loose. And I don’t want to let go of these two of him. Because there are stallions and mares. In other words, start increasing the herd again. And I don’t want to do this again.

Julie Lalish, Humanitarian Agent, Belmont County Hoofs and Feet

https://www.wtrf.com/belmont-county/only-two-horses-remain-on-the-loose-near-route-7-in-belmont-county/ 9 wild horses captured in Belmont County, 2 remaining

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