Two Horses “Burned” and Mutilated in Rush, Colorado.Two Horses “Burned” and Mutilated in Rush, Colorado.Two Horses “Burned” and Mutilated in Rush, Colorado

“Along the fence very near where the horses were found dead, there is about a 200-foot-long area where it was obvious that the horses ran back and forth over and over turning fast trying to get away from something.”

- Maggie Smith, Rush Colorado

Rush, Colorado, marked by red pointer, is 35 miles straight east from  Colorado Springs. That region from Cripple Creek on far left corner going east through Fort Carson, Stratmoor, Black Forest, Elizabeth, Kiowa, Calhan,  Ramah, and Simla are all repeated locations for animal mutilations  since at least the early 1970s to the present day.
Rush, Colorado, marked by red pointer, is 35 miles straight east from Colorado Springs. That region from Cripple Creek on far left corner going east through Fort Carson, Stratmoor, Black Forest, Elizabeth, Kiowa, Calhan, Ramah, and Simla are all repeated locations for animal mutilations since at least the early 1970s to the present day.

September 6, 2010  Rush, Colorado - On Tuesday night, August 10, 2010, Rush, Colorado, resident, Maggie Smith [ pseudonym by request], heard her dogs and other dogs in her rural farm area start barking around 10 PM. So did Mike and Glenda Schneider about a mile away where they had three horses in their pasture: a year old filly named Princess; a 4-year-old male named Buck; and another male named King, a 1.5-year-old American paint. The Schneiders wondered what the dogs were upset about, but they didn't go outside to explore. Maggie did.

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