COLORADO DEPUTY CAPTURES LOOSE HORSE AND RIDES IT HOME!


Photo: ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PHOTO

Deputy Ian Sebold of the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office in Colorado, was one of many who responded to a call about a loose horse wandering through busy streets. Sebold was able to wrangle the horse, climb onto it and ride the animal back to its home. "I saw the horse crossing the road, and it's a four-lane major roadway. I could tell he was terrified," Sebold told McClatchy News. "With no trailer to take him home, the simplest idea was to ride him back. There was no saddle, no halter, but I got a boost -- old school way -- and hopped on. The other deputies provided Sebold an escort with their vehicles to allow him and the horse to safely get back home


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