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    Emmerdale fans are questioning what will become of Kim Tate's murderous horse, and it seems some think it's going to die.

    During Monday's episode (November 6), Sam Dingle was relieved when the police decided to release him from questioning after forensics discovered that Craig Reed was killed by a horse. Shocked by the revelations, the rest of the Dingle family were also pleased by the news.

    But given the fact that businessman Craig was still killed in cold blood, fans want to know what will become of Kim's horse. And whether Kim will be pinned to the murder.

    Heading over to X, formerly known as Twitter, fans shared their thoughts. One viewer asked: "Is there a prison for horses?" Another penned: "If a a dangerous dog bites someone it gets put down so what will they do to the horse for killing someone."

    A third said: "Finally they know wasn't Sam!! Now go arrest the horse!" Meanwhile a fourth added: "As they know now it wasn't Sam the man or Daisie the cow but in fact snowy the horse that killed creepy Craig …In advance of arrest soon … Free snowy the horse #emmerdale campaign starts now!!!"

    Near the end of the episode, after not being present all day, a devastated Lydia returned back to the Dingle home. Over the last few months, Lydia has been going through emotional turmoil after she finally opened up to her family that Craig had raped her.

    But although she wanted Craig to pay for his crimes, she didn't want the Dingles justice to take precedence over the situation. Speaking to her husband Sam, Lydia was clearly still upset and annoyed at Sam for his involvement in trying to seek revenge over her rape ordeal.

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