And now for something completely different ..... Horse training for police duty (1967)

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wm
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And now for something completely different ..... Horse training for police duty (1967)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ssS0TJ2YD4

Not firearms related …… heck its not even American …… but its interesting and the horses are gorgeous.

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P.S. The French can can song? :wink:
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Re: And now for something completely different ..... Horse training for police duty (1967)

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Those are some well trained and well behaved horses.
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Considering horses are only scared of two things, things that move and things that don't, those horses are remarkably well schooled.... 8)
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Re: And now for something completely different ..... Horse training for police duty (1967)

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In the Sherlock Holmes move with Robert Downey Jr. he said he didn't like horses, "they're dangerous on both ends and tricky in the middle."
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