Moment police horse collapses and dies at Notting Hill Carnival

Moment police horse collapses and dies at notting hill carnival

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Moment police horse collapses and dies at Notting Hill Carnival” – below is their description.

This is the moment a police horse collapsed and ‘suddenly’ died at Notting Hill Carnival.

Sandown, a 14-year-old chestnut gelding, collapsed at around 9pm on Sunday at the west London event (28/08).

Video shows the horse, which stood at 16 hands high, topple over as an officer desperately tries to take control of its reins.

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