Fla. Launches Criminal Probe In Polo Horse Deaths

By Nick McMaster,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 21, 2009 3:13 PM CDT
Fla. Launches Criminal Probe In Polo Horse Deaths
A makeshift memorial sprang up yesterday at the Wellington, Fla., home of Lechuza Caracas, the Venezuelan outfit that owned the polo horses.   (AP Photo)

Florida has opened a criminal investigation into the deaths of 21 polo horses over the weekend in Palm Beach, USA Today reports, aiming to find out if negligence or foul play might have been behind the incident. “We would be looking at any and all possible leads,” said a spokesman for the Florida Department of Agriculture. (Read more horse stories.)

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