More than 500 horses found dead at alleged illegal knackery near Wagga Wagga

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An investigation is under way after reports alleging horses had been butchered at a private property near the NSW regional city

More than 500 horses have been found dead near Wagga Wagga in what is alleged to be a possible illegal knackery operation.

The animals were discovered after Wagga Wagga city council and New South Wales police received reports alleging that horses had been butchered at a private property near the regional city and their remains left in a dry creek bed.

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