Ore. horse neglect: 'The mud and manure and urine was so thick'

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This stallion from the Curry County seizure was so hungry he wouldn't even look at the camera according to Darla Clark owner of the Strawberry Mountain Mustangs rescue facility
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  • Darla Clark owner of Strawberry Mountain Mustangs rescue facility says this mare has rain rot on her back that is so bad that her back will be permanently scarred
  • Two of the horses seized in Curry County getting some hay at Strawberry Mountain Mustang horse rescue
  • The 12 to 15 year old mare is one of the horses seized in Curry County
  • The effects of rain rot from a neglected horse seized in Curry County
  • This emaciated gelding is one of the horses seized in a neglect case out of Curry County.
  • This photo from Strawberry Mountain Mustangs shows one of the skinny horses seized in a Curry County negelct case
  • This stallion from the Curry County seizure was so hungry he wouldn't even look at the camera according to Darla Clark owner of the Strawberry Mountain Mustangs rescue facility
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This stallion from the Curry County seizure was so hungry he wouldn't even look at the camera according to Darla Clark owner of the Strawberry Mountain Mustangs rescue facility