SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Nearly two dozen horses escaped from their stable in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park early Wednesday morning.
Some of the horses found their way into a nearby dog park, while others were seen roaming the green grasses.
The wrangler was able to round up all the horses and took them back to their stable. None of the horses were injured.
How they got loose was not immediately clear.
The horses are being kept at Golden Gate Park right now as part of a trial run for offering horseback riding in the park. The horseback riding trial has been extended through June 30.
Back in March, horses got loose on a Bay Area freeway. Two horses shut down traffic on Interstate 680 in Walnut Creek.
Authorities were able to remove the horses from the freeway without injuries.
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