This isn’t the usual type of high-speed chase police are used to. The Colorado State Patrol says a horse in a makeshift corral at the Eagle County Fairgrounds, which was hosting its annual fair and rodeo, knocked down a board helping to contain the animals. Four horses fled. The animals took the Interstate 70 eastbound on-ramp and went running on the highway, where the Gypsum Fire Protection District’s chief spotted them and followed them for three miles while the state police and the Eagle Police Department stopped traffic and joined the chase. Police say the horses ran about 13 miles and the chase lasted about 20 to 30 minutes before the animals were safely loaded into a trailer. There were no injuries.