Hillsborough Sheriff Donates Rehabilitated Horses To A Youth Ranch
The five horses that were seized during an animal cruelty investigation in Wimauma, now have a new home.
The Hillsborough County sheriff's office nursed the malnourished horses back to health and donated them to a sheriff's youth ranch in Live Oak.
They will be cared for there-- and will become part of the ranch's equestrian program.
One of the horses gave birth to a colt, which was also donated to the ranch.
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