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Shire

a massive English draft-horse, 17 to 18 hands high, bay, brown, black, gray, white markings commonly with dark colors; long feather on legs.
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Shire horse. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Prosecutors said Starr knew Shires was abusing the boy, her eighth child, but took no steps to protect him.
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Shires later confessed to investigators he was upset because Starr had left him at home without cigarettes and that he became enraged when the toddler would not stop staring at him as he watched a football game on television, sheriff's officials said.
Gregory Bryant, a minister at an Apple Valley church where Starr's ex-husband and their seven children worship, testified that Starr told him that Shires threatened to kill Kyle if she left for work the day of Kyle's death.
Authorities have said that Shires notified them June 6 that his son had drowned in the bathtub.
Gregory Bryant, minister at an Apple Valley church where Starr's ex-husband and their seven children worship, said Starr visited him after Kyle died, and told him that Shires had threatened to kill Kyle if she went to work June 6.
Initially, Shires told authorities Kyle had drowned while he was left unattended in a bathtub.
Shires originally told investigators Kyle had drowned June 6 in the bathtub of the family home.
Shires remained in custody on suspicion of violating parole in an unrelated case.
Shires, who initially told deputies the boy had drowned in the bathtub, later admitted he hit him because the blond-haired toddler stared at him while he watched sports on TV, according to authorities.
Shires later admitted to investigators that he had punched his son because Kyle would not stop staring at him while he watched television, a homicide detective said.
While he was watching television, his blond, blue-eyed boy continued to stare at him after Shires told him to stop, investigators said.