July 19, 2024

Three runaway horses bolted through the streets of central London on Monday after one was spooked by a bus and two others tossed their riders, the Army said.

The Army said one horse had minor injuries but didn’t require further treatment and neither soldier was injured.

The scene was reminiscent of but less chaotic than an incident when five horses bolted in April and two were seriously injured.

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The incident on Monday occurred as five soldiers from the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment conducted a routine exercise with six horses.

A riderless horse that was being led got spooked while two other horses threw off their riders and bolted.

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One was caught a short distance away but two others made it to Vauxhall Bridge, about 2.5 kilometres away.

None of the horses on Monday was involved in the April escape.

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