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Two charged over horse conditions in Northfield
A volunteer at the Live and Let Live Farm in Chichester tends to a rescued stallion earlier this month. (Ryan O'Connor)
Police have said Southwick was not responsible for the care of the animals and that he will face no charges.
“He got in over his head and it affected the health of the horses,” Hutchinson said.
When the animals were rescued and taken to Live and Let Live Farm two months ago, police had asked the public for donations to help pay for the horses’ care.
More information on how to donate can be found at liveandletlivefarm.org or by phone at 798-5615.
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