Dozens of horses are receiving rehabilitative care after authorities seized them from a Deschutes County, Oregon, farm earlier this week.

Sergeant William Bailey, Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office public information officer, said deputies responded to a request for a wellness check on an allegedly injured and possibly neglected horse at a property in Terrebonne on March 25. Upon arrival, deputies found 83 mostly Arabian horses in various stages of severe hoof neglect residing on the farm.

“Some of them have hooves that curl around their legs,” Bailey said.

None of horses were malnourished, he added.

Authorities seized the horses and moved them to the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office’s Animal Rescue Ranch, in Bend. After complete veterinary examinations, eight of the horses were euthanized due to severe pain and complications from hoof neglect, including arthritis and laminitis, officials said.

The horses’ owner Linda B. Stream and their caretaker Christina J. Hart were each charged with Animal Neglect 1, a felony that refers to neglect 10 or more animals. Neither Stream nor Hart was available for comment.

The case remains pending.