Horses cut in what could be witchcraft say locals

  • Two horses in Herefordshire have been attacked in what members of the local Horsewatch group and the owner say could involve witchcraft.

    The mane of a 10-year-old Welsh Cob was cut off and left at the scene in Upper Sapey, near Worcester, on 15 August, while a second horse suffered cuts near the mane, possibly sustained from scissors.

    Police are examining a pair of scissors found near the scene.

    Owner Amy Jones said the horses are traumatised: “It was very strange. There were marks on their faces. One had a strange L-shaped mark cut on its face.

    “It was a full moon. This could well involve someone doing a black magic ritual with the mane, which was cut up. ”

    A police spokesman said the incident might be related to another at Upton Bishop, near Ross-On-Wye on 3 August when three horses had their manes cut off.

    Ali Cann, chairman of Herefordshire and Shropshire Horsewatch urged local horse owners to join the group and share information.

    She said: “Horse people need to act together and share information, particularly at the moment it is vital.”

    If anyone has further information call West Mercia Police on 08457 444888.


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