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A horse being dragged to its neck behind a car (photo) was captured on video in Tamworth

A disgusting moment is a pony on the back of an ute tied to its neck before the driver accelerates and drags the frightened animal along a busy road

  • WARNING: DISTINCTIVE CONTENT
  • An NSW driver is caught and drags a horse by the neck behind a truck
  • The horse stumbles while the car accelerates and has attracted indignation online
  • The police were called on the spot and loaded the non-injured horse on a float
  • No arrests were made and officers filed further investigations tomorrow
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A driver is captured on camera and drags a pony tied to his neck on the back of a truck.

The horrific footage was taken in Tamworth and shows a female driver moving from a busy road to a bridge with a small horse tied to the back of the car.

As the ute began to accelerate, the pony stumbled while trying to hold its feet.

The video was posted on a local Facebook group and attracted indignation from many commentators.

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A horse being dragged to its neck behind a car (photo) was captured on video in Tamworth

A horse being dragged to its neck behind a car (photo) was captured on video in Tamworth

& # 39; Who in his right mind would do such a thing? & # 39 ;, says a comment. & # 39; Can only imagine if they hit the 100 km / h zone. & # 39;

& # 39; WTF poor thing & # 39; reads another. & # 39; Must drag that scum and drag him / her onto the road. & # 39;

Witnesses yelled at the woman to stop, who yelled at them behind the wheel.

& # 39; Nobody stopped this maniac? I will never sit back and watch atrocities, I would have followed and taken all the charges, & another comment on the post says.

The driver was stopped by a passing motorist and the police were called on the spot.

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No arrests have been made and officers will continue to inquire.

The pony was not injured and was loaded on a horse under police watch. The driver is the owner of the horse.

The horse (photo) was not injured and the police will investigate further tomorrow

The horse (photo) was not injured and the police will investigate further tomorrow

The horse (photo) was not injured and the police will investigate further tomorrow

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