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        04-01-2013, 10:03 PM
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    It was actually not a small corral, and she was with another horse. The first horse, my daughters barrel horse had been attacked by two dogs and torn up earlier and was still moving slow. My granddaughters barrel horse was the first mares protector and they think the cat came in for the first horse and my granddaughters horse did her protection thing and the cat got her.
    Believe me, it was months of two horses injured by first dogs, and next a cat.
         
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        04-01-2013, 10:07 PM
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    Originally Posted by wyominggrandma    
    It was actually not a small corral, and she was with another horse. The first horse, my daughters barrel horse had been attacked by two dogs and torn up earlier and was still moving slow. My granddaughters barrel horse was the first mares protector and they think the cat came in for the first horse and my granddaughters horse did her protection thing and the cat got her.
    Believe me, it was months of two horses injured by first dogs, and next a cat.
    That's awful.
         

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