City of Charleston fines carriage tour company after horses roam downtown streets

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) — The owner of two carriage-tour horses that got loose for a brief stroll downtown has been cited by the City of Charleston.

On Sunday, two horses escaped from a barn on Pinckney Street and wandered to the courtyard at the Andrew Pinckney Inn.

The city tells us Carolina Polo and Carriage Company was cited for allowing animals at large, which carries a fine of up to $1,087.

Workers form a different carriage tour company were able to corral the horses before a Carolina Polo employee guided them back to the barn.

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