Scooter, an 18-year-old quarter horse, was found dead on his owner’s property in Franklin County. They think he was scared to death by shots fired near or at him.
Scooter, an 18-year-old quarter horse, was found dead on his owner’s property in Franklin County. They think he was scared to death by shots fired near or at him. COURTESY OF LORI LAWRENCE
Scooter, an 18-year-old quarter horse, was found dead on his owner’s property in Franklin County. They think he was scared to death by shots fired near or at him. COURTESY OF LORI LAWRENCE

Shaffer: Horse’s mysterious death troubles Franklin County owners

November 16, 2014 04:12 PM

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