Horses and their riders were put through a variety of obstacles during the 29th Annual National Mounted Police Colloquium on Wednesday. The  training program for police mounted units has 80+ riders and 22 different police agencies from the U.S. and Canada. It's put on by the Lexington Police mounted unit and the Ky. Horse Park police mounted patrol. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Horses and their riders were put through a variety of obstacles during the 29th Annual National Mounted Police Colloquium on Wednesday. The training program for police mounted units has 80+ riders and 22 different police agencies from the U.S. and Canada. It's put on by the Lexington Police mounted unit and the Ky. Horse Park police mounted patrol. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader
Horses and their riders were put through a variety of obstacles during the 29th Annual National Mounted Police Colloquium on Wednesday. The training program for police mounted units has 80+ riders and 22 different police agencies from the U.S. and Canada. It's put on by the Lexington Police mounted unit and the Ky. Horse Park police mounted patrol. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

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