3 Horses Found Shot Dead in Western ND Pasture


While many of the stories floating around the realm of social media aren’t 100{8a1275384cb93b18aa3d41af404144e37302a793dec468d70d54c97b65cfac05} factual, some photos that hit the web yesterday from western North Dakota unfortunately don’t fall into that category.  What started out as one horse found shot in a pasture near the entrance to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park north unit turned into three as the day progressed.


According to Kami Kling, one of the mares was shot at least eight times.  Another was shot in the head.  She was unsure about the third.  The horses were owned by Kami's brother-in-law Dale Kling.  Dale is a stock contractor from Grassy Butte, ND.  A brother to one of the mares found dead made it to the National Finals Rodeo two years ago.


CLICK HERE to get more information, including a picture, from the Bismarck Tribune.


Anyone with information is being asked to contact the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Department at (701) 444-3654.



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Haylie Shipp 




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