SEARCY COUNTY, AR -- Danny Victory gave FOX16 pictures of five different carcasses, laying in different places, on his lot in Searcy County.
"It made me mad because I don't like to see stuff like that," Victory said.
Even the living horses aren't doing well. You can see one of the horse's ribs, which is why Victory gave this video to us.
"I can't stand to see horses starving like that because we used to have horses and we take care of animals," Victory said.
Victory owns the land where the images were taken, but they aren't his animals. He just won a lawsuit getting ownership of the property. Victory said the owners left but wouldn't take the horses or the skeletal remains.
"I just didn't want those dead horses laying on my property and people thinking they were mine and that I did it," Victory said.
We took the video to the Humane Society of Pulaski County.
"Is that cause for concern?" I asked.
"It is cause for concern," Kay Simpson, director of the Humane Society of Pulaski County, said.
Simpson said a vet would determine if the horse is neglected or not, but it's good that Victory reported it. So many people don't.
"You know what the number one is? I don't want to get involved because they will do something to me," Simpson said.
And even though animal cruelty is a felony, Simpson said many departments won't enforce the law.
"It's no worse than any other violation of law. Cruelty to animals is against the law and it's got to be worked," Simpson said.