07 October 2020
Stolen Horse International hopes that law enforcement officers in Linch, Wyoming are investigating the shooting of a Palomino colt just as they did two horses outside of Evanston in July 2020 and Laramie in May 2019.
Sadly, the shooting of Flashnfirewater is the latest incident of horse shootings in Wyoming
Therese Farris posts on her Facebook page on October 5th the following.
“I can't tell you how much my heart aches right now. My hopes and dreams for this colt have been shattered. I looked out my window this morning to check on all my horses and saw my colt lying. I went to check on him and he had been shot in the head. I hope the person or person responsible realize what was taken from me and future generations. RIP Quick Flashnfirewater.”
If you have any information on the case, contact the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office or Therese Farris.
Other Horse Shootings In Wyoming
Man accused of killing four horses, By Jordan Achs Laramie Boomerang Via Wyoming News Exchange May 30, 2019
LARAMIE — An Albany County man is facing eight felonies for allegedly shooting and killing four horses between April 13 and May 14 near national forest land in northern Albany County.
Two Horses Shot Near Evanston; Investigation Underway, Nick Learned, Published: July 2, 2020
Law enforcement officers in southwest Wyoming are investigating the shooting of two horses outside of Evanston.
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