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Award-winning horse reported stolen discovered lifeless

By: KDKA-TV Information Employees

BUTLER COUNTY (KDKA) – An award-winning horse that was reported stolen from a property in Penn Township has been discovered lifeless.

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Picture Credit score: Penn Township Police

A 14-year-old Haflinger mare named Val was discovered lifeless, the horse’s proprietor advised KDKA. Brian Gratzer stated a person discovered his horse on Tuesday on the backside of a ravine close to his property.

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Gratzer believes his horse jumped a fence after being chased by a pack of coyotes, who then attacked the 14-year-old horse.

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Val, who was reported lacking on July 30, was named “Grand Champion Mare” on the Massive Butler Honest final month.

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