NetPosse Comment: We do not know if these horses belong to someone in the area and just got out, abandoned or if they could possibly be horses that were lost in the flooding a year ago. Anything is possible but we would like your help trying to locate the horses or the owner.
Wednesday 10/24/12 - I am the one who first contacted Kim about the 3 horses. It was my daughter and her class members who saw them when out on lab field work. Verifiable, definite sighting and it wasn't until a couple days later we were able to get a very specific location from looking at Google maps. My daughter was not sure of the name of the road they were on at the time of sighting, but just knew the general area they were in Neither my daughter nor myself were or have been able to drive up there ourselves due to work and school. Kim made contacts as soon as I messaged her and I thank her for doing all she has right away to get the word out! - Julie Stienmuller
The pictures of Mallet Pond State Park were taken by one of the people searching the area.
If any horses are spotted take pictures (with cell phone), call State Police, DEC Office 607-652-7365 and call/email the person who filed this report.
Link to the site where horses were seen: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=218164437335317338412.0004ccaf467bc6f715369&msa=0&ll=42.583232%2C-74.50357&spn=0.008358%2C0.021136%20