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post #31 of 39 Old 11-03-2010, 04:36 PM
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I'm actually trying to, in a politically correct sort of way, trying to say that I don't think it was an actual hunter. It was either a miscreant, a spotlighter (which is someone breaking the law obviously) or a butthead. I wouldn't scream hunter though.
Lol! You should of be more straight. I guess "correctness" was rather misleading.

For the managed deer hunts they start mid Oct in Howard County (parks are closed on those days though).
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Sorry to go off-topic, but I like the whole "Equine Newspaper" thing. Is there one of those for MI or OH?

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Sorry to go off-topic, but I like the whole "Equine Newspaper" thing. Is there one of those for MI or OH?
You mean equiery.com? It's a big thing here in MD. They publish everything (including list of events, training barns, etc.). Very convenient. I know similar exists in PA and in VA. I'd think MI and OH may have one too. I'd do some google research.
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Okay, thank you very much:)

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You mean equiery.com? It's a big thing here in MD. They publish everything (including list of events, training barns, etc.). Very convenient. I know similar exists in PA and in VA. I'd think MI and OH may have one too. I'd do some google research.
I have not found anything nearly as good in va....

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Update I got on my local forum:

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According to a friend of mine, the shooter was caught. Another horse was shot at the farm off Rt. 144 near Rt. 97 (Note from KV: it's Howard County as well, very close to the place of the 1st shot). It was a boarder's horse and thankfully survived. It is being treated at Leesburg. The second shooter hasn't been found.
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I have not found anything nearly as good in va....
Virginia Equestrian.com ! :)
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Yeah-thanks. Just not the same. Guess I waas spoiled. Glad they caught just sad there seems to be another. And near the rescue, huh?
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I agree Farmpony. It is not like gun deer season last for months and months and months.

We have given permission to one person to hunt on our land. He has horses at home too (well his wife does). He does not want strangers on our land anymore than we do. This is a win win situation.

There are two big bucks back there this year too. I sure hope he gets one of them. Then I might get some venison for my freezer.
I have one still hunter on my land and one hunt club that runs dogs through it. The hunt club is run by a local farmer (my hay supplier) he is also a horse owner. You are right, it's a win win situation and to be truthful, I don't do a heck of alot of riding when it's cold outside anyway. My old bones get cold way too fast!

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