It looks like the sounds of horse hooves and carriages will continue to be heard in downtown St. Louis. St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says despite St. Louis Health Department director Pamela Walker’s concerns about the health of the horses, no one’s calling for the rides to be shut down unless the situation gets out of hand.
An aide to St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says the city is “not even close” on deciding if a ban of carriage rides will take place.
The horse “Moose” may not return to the streets without undergoing another test
Moose, the horse at the center of a controversy between the St. Louis Health Director and Brookdale Farms, is back in the spotlight.
The horses and their living conditions were inspected yesterday by the vet from Brookdale Farms and the city vet.
Saturday night, Pam Walker found a horse named Moose in severe respiratory distress.
The dogs, of various mixed breeds including terriers, Akitas, Labrador Retrievers and Beagles, are thin and suffering from parasites.
The horses, rescued from a property near Lebanon, are in bad shape.
Even if you’ve never ridden before, you can spend an afternoon enjoying some scenery on horseback.
Hundreds of horses owned by a former Illinois city official charged with stealing public funds will be auctioned.