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Horse killers

benno1 25 December 2006 23

I just wanted to let the heartless as@#%$les who killed and gutted a horse our at Predator Paintballs field near Michelago know they have ruined christmas for an 11 year old little girl!

Someone had come to the field late at night over the past 2 weeks and killed her horse, probably to feed their dogs or something…
We noticed the horse was missing, and at first assumed that the mare had gotten out of the paddock and was roaming around the property with the many wild horses in the area. That was untill we found a dried up pool of blood and the horses innards in long grass, not far from the building.

You are gutless, low life bastards and I hope you rot in HELL!!! This horse was not wild, it was a little girls pride and joy!

If anyone hears or knows of someone doing this, please report them to the police.

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23 Responses to Horse killers
TABC 6:50 pm 08 Dec 15

I sincerely hope you find who was responsible for this horrific act if you haven't already. I would be devastated if this happened to my horse and I'm 36years old, so I can't imagine how your then 11year old dealt with it, losing a beloved pet is terrible. I'm sorry you had to go thru this.

el 1:29 pm 29 Dec 06

I know you are but what am I?

Ralph 11:25 am 29 Dec 06

Gee it took you 12 hours to come up with that, a bit slow, aren't we?

vg 10:25 pm 28 Dec 06

Boganism is a world wide phenomenon Ralph, but you'd have to wander past the end of your street to discover that.

I've been to England and Canada, clearly you haven't

Meconium 8:46 pm 28 Dec 06

I'm blown away by the idea that someone could slaughter a tame horse for DOG FOOD...

So the OP lives on the property where the suspected criminals came to play paintball, right? Why would they come back to kill the animal just for dog food? Sounds more like an intentional attack on the owner of the horse/property/business IMHO. Surely they couldn't kill a wild animal, or several, on any property to feed their dogs?

Just questioning the motive for this bizarre act of cruelty. You have my sympathies, and hopefully those of all RiotACTors.

Big Al 12:07 pm 28 Dec 06

The unfortunate circumstances of the beast aside, this is a disgraceful act of boganism perpetrated on a young girl.

VYBerlinaV8_now with_added_grunt 10:05 am 28 Dec 06

This country is fine as long as we continue to keep bogans contained to their designed zones. Unfortunately a few of them seem to escape into the wild from time to time.

Ralph 8:24 am 28 Dec 06

Oh well piss off then to England or Canada if this country is not up to your precious standards vg.

VYBerlinaV8_now with_added_grunt 8:17 am 28 Dec 06

"….and the whole thing does nothing more than prove my theory that, in the country, bogans are in the vast majority"

This, unfortunately, seems to be the truth.

vg 7:17 pm 27 Dec 06

sorry I meant in THIS country

vg 7:16 pm 27 Dec 06

....and the whole thing does nothing more than prove my theory that, in the country, bogans are in the vast majority

A disgrace

vg 7:15 pm 27 Dec 06

"A wild dog is not going to bring down a horse.

Sheep, yes, horse, no… "

I have no idea what happened, but there are plenty of wild/feral dogs out there that, either individually or in packs, could bring down a horse

benno1 7:03 pm 27 Dec 06

"Wow, what a shitty thing to do. Does this happen much with horses around here? I don’t think I’ve ever heard of someone killing a horse before like this."

No, it is the first time anything like this has happened since I have worked there (6 years). We get alot of feral deer roaming the area, and I once saw a guy hunting them on the other side of the river, but that is all... We have a large variety of resident wild animals, Horses, Deer, Kangaroos and an old wombat. They will come and graze right beside the feilds as they know that we dont let people shoot at them and they are used to us being there.

"Sickening. But how do you know the horses innards weren’t strewn about by wild dogs? "

The innards were all in a heap and certainly had not been chewed at (apart from flies). Also, no carcas or bones left behind.

We have a fair idea who it MAY have been, but as the police said, without proof, there is nothing which can be done. A group out for a social day a few weeks back were overheard at the end of the day talking about taking them to the knackery. They also had dog cages on the back of their utes, which leads me to believe that they may have wanted cheap feed... The police have been informed of this, and the groups waivier forms with all their details have been examined.

Ralph 10:15 am 27 Dec 06

No, but you can't discount the horse dying of natural causes. However it died, after the event wild dogs are going to get at it.

Thumper 9:24 am 27 Dec 06

A wild dog is not going to bring down a horse.

Sheep, yes, horse, no...

Ralph 9:19 am 27 Dec 06

Sickening. But how do you know the horses innards weren't strewn about by wild dogs?

VYBerlinaV8_now with_added_grunt 7:46 am 27 Dec 06

Wow, what a shitty thing to do. Does this happen much with horses around here? I don't think I've ever heard of someone killing a horse before like this.

dusty 9:29 am 26 Dec 06

I am horrified by this, speechless for once. They deserve the same treatment as the pony, if caught.

I sound like my mother aaahhhh!!!

Thumper 7:53 am 26 Dec 06

That is beyond words.


ant 4:30 am 26 Dec 06

that is utterly horrible and barely believable. And the people who did this are walking around amongst us. It's incomprehensible, what a horrific thing for the girl to cope with.

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