“The cameras must have been blocked somehow. The Williamson County Sheriff's detective said they had never seen a case like this before.”
- Terry MacIlvain, Owner, Mutilated Gelding, Fairview, TN
November 21, 2013 Fairview, Tennessee - Barbara and Terry MacIlvain met and married forty years ago. Barbara has had a career as a computer software engineer and real estate broker while Terry works in medical equipment sales. In 1977, they bought a house with a 6-acre pasture in Fairview, Tennessee, 33 miles southwest of Nashville. Terry wanted a horse to ride trails around their home. So in 1992, he bought a 5-year-old, gelded (testicles removed) Peruvian Paso Fino male he named Bomber. Barbara also got a Paso Fino gelded male she calls Fahlderido. Paso Finos are very gentle horses famous for their smooth, natural gait that is popular for trail riding. The two Paso Finos grew up forming close bonds with each other and with the MacIlvains, who loved them as family.
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