Family that Returned Stolen Horse Gets Replacement

A 7-year-old girl who had to give up her horse when he was identified as stolen has found a new partner in a 16-year-old gelding rescued from slaughter.
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A 7-year-old girl who had to give up her horse when he was identified as stolen has found a new partner in a 16-year-old gelding rescued from slaughter.

Indio

Indio has joined his new family.

Mackenzie Gully's new horse, named Indio, arrived at her home in Ava, Mo., yesterday, thanks to the efforts of a rescuer in Montana and donors who raised money to have him shipped from Montana to his new home

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