Have You Seen Carrie The Horse?
A horse has gone missing and her family and police are asking for your help finding her.
Carrie is a twenty-six year old mare who is believed to have been intentionally taken from her home at Oriskany Creek Farm in Clinton. Fencing surrounding the property was not broken and the gate was not open. Authorities believe that the horse was stolen, her owners' worst fear is that she is being sold for horse meat.
Oriskany Creek Farm hosts lessons to teach children to ride and then compete in the Special Olympics. Carrie has had only one home and a change in setting may be very unsettling for her. She is a beloved pet and her owners are hoping that anyone with information will come forward. A reward is being offered.
She is a bay (chestnut brown) Morgan with a small white star on her forehead. She has white socks on her back legs and a smaller sock on the left front leg.
One of her owners, Becky Czarnocki, joined WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning to describe Carrie.
Becky and Tim from Oriskany Creek Farm are asking anyone with information to call them at: (315) 838.8770.
Photos of Carrie, courtesy of the farm, appear below:
Mohawk Valley Pet Lost & Found has announced a reward for information leading to Carrie's safe recovery: