Spooked horse runs through Burbank before police officer rides animal back to owner

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A Burbank police officer jumped into action to reunite a horse with its owner after the two became separated, video shows. A Burbank police officer jumped into action to reunite a horse with its owner after the animal ran away. Officers responded around 12:30 a.m.

Tuesday to the area near Riverside Drive and Mariposa Street after a caller saw the horse with a saddle, but no rider.

Burbank police Sgt. Brent Fekety said the caller saw the horse running frantically down the street. Fekety said the horse got spooked during a ride with its owner and took off. Police found the horse, named Oreo, grazing on some grass in front of a home. That’s when Officer Nicholas Moreno, who grew up around horses, calmly mounted the animal, Fekety said.

Video showed Moreno ride Oreo without a bridle, and the horse was then happily reunited with its owner. Copyright © 2023 KABC Television, LLC. All rights reserved.

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