Runaway horse stops traffic in Wellington

This is The West Country: Martha Harley and Michael Ennis with the runaway horse. Martha Harley and Michael Ennis with the runaway horse.

MOTORISTS in Wellington were left with long faces when they were held up by a rogue horse.

The runaway, pictured above after its capture, was seen galloping through the town centre before being detained outside H T Perry & Son in Mantle Street.

Eyewitness Terry Milton said: "I saw it run through the traffic lights. I could just heard car horns and the traffic was at a standstill."

It was stopped by Michael Ennis, above, right, and Martha Harley, who had followed it from her home in Nynehead. 

Drivers had hoped it wouldn't be there furlong...

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9:36pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Dr Dave says...

It was neigh problem!
It was neigh problem! Dr Dave

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