Nearly Two Dozen Horses Show Up In State Trooper's Front Yard

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Updated: 12/26/2012 11:54 pm
Kentucky State Trooper, Sergeant Jim Bowling, will never forget Christmas Day 2012.

State Police said 22 horses showed up in Sgt. Bowling's front yard in Bath County.

Investigators said they don't know where the horses came from, but it appeared they had been loose for some time along the highway.

State Police said all 22 horses were captured and secured in a fenced lot on Sgt. Bowling's farm.

State Police said Sgt. Bowling contacted several area farmers, but so far, had not been able to find the owner.

Anyone with information is asked to call the State Police Post in Morehead at 606-784-4127.
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