Reward Offered in Wild Stallion Shooting

A reward is being offered for information in the February shooting of a 9-year-old wild stallion in the Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area in Utah, the federal Bureau of Land Management said.

The black stallion, shot in the hip, was in

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A reward is being offered for information in the February shooting of a 9-year-old wild stallion in the Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area in Utah, the federal Bureau of Land Management said.


The black stallion, shot in the hip, was in pain and had to be euthanatized, the BLM said.


Herd managers learned of the shooting in February when someone reported the injury to the BLM.


The BLM, the National Mustang Association, and the Intermountain Wild Horse & Burro Advisors are offering an $8,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case

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