MCSO Division of Boating Safety saves Horse from drowning

Published by The Bee News

May 6, 2022

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On Thursday (5/5), Deputies with The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Division of Boating Safety responded to the area of Castle Rock Bay on Lake Havasu in reference to a horse that was near drowning.
The Reporting Party advised that their horse got spooked and ran into the lake. They further advised that the horse had been swimming for an hour and a half, and that they could not coax it back to shore. The horse was distressed and was struggling to stay above water, and was several hundred yards away from shore.
Upon Deputies arrival, they were able to wrangle the horse with their patrol boat, and force it back to shore. The horse was extremely exhausted, but was uninjured.

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