Abandoned horses are on the rise across the country

Horse rescue groups and government officials are struggling to cope with the growing problem of abandoned horses in several parts of the country. Kentucky horse lovers began shining a light on the problem after a drought several years ago, followed by an ongoing economic downturn, led to greater numbers of abandoned horses. In Arizona, officials are finding scores of sick and injured animals left behind by illegal drug traffickers.

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