Fund Set up to Benefit Horse Injured in Crash

Katie, a half-Arabian, half-Quarterhorse, was injured in an Aug. 27 crash in Temecula Wine Country.

An account has been set up to help fund veterinary expenses for a horse injured in an Aug. 27 crash near Temecula.

Katie, a half-Arabian, half-Quarterhorse, suffered serious cuts and abrasions on her hind legs, as well as minor lacerations across the rest of her body when she

Donations to "Katie's Fund" can be made care of Colleen Moore and mailed to GEICO Federal Credit Union, 14111 Danielson Street, Poway, Calif., 92064.

Owner Colleen Moore said any leftover funds would be donated to a horse sanctuary that was yet to be determined.

Mr. Temecula September 14, 2012 at 03:56 AM
Is this real? How about actually trying to help humans in need instead of some Yuppie’s horse, especially when she caused the accident in the first place. For Shame!
ronmelancon September 14, 2012 at 09:49 AM
Why did the trailer come loose in the First Place? It is irresponsible horse Trailer companies and the people who tow them that have no clue...see www.dangeroustrailers.org People care more about horses than humans
ronmelancon September 14, 2012 at 09:50 AM
You want to help? go to facebook and look up ...........Prayers For Natalie" she was hit by a loose boat trailer.


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