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Arabian Horse Goes For Swim In Pacific Ocean [VIDEO]

A horse is a horse, of course. But when it goes swimming in the Pacific ocean, does it become a “Sea Horse”?

CNN is reporting that a horse that ran away from a photo shoot on a California beach swam more than two miles out into the Pacific ocean before officials came to its rescue. According to Harbor Patrol Officers in Santa Barbara, William — a 7-year-old Arabian horse — got spooked by the water.

 

 

Fire officials along with a search and rescue team found the horse swimming towards oil rigs more than two miles offshore. The rescuers hooked the horse’s reins to a paddle boat hook while workers took turns holding William’s head above the water as they headed back to land.

The horse was returned to its owner with no injuries.

Dave D.

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