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MPD Officer Prince says ‘nay’ to any more time on Milwaukee’s streets

Mounted Patrol Horse Prince retires after 22 years of service

MILWAUKEE — After 19 years of faithful service to the City of Milwaukee, Officer Prince is saying “nay” to any more time on the streets.

Prince, a mounted patrol horse, is hanging up his saddle and riding off into the sunset. By sunset, we mean a private stable where he will receive lots of apples and sugar cubes.

A Facebook post for the MPD Mounted Patrol Foundation says the 22-year-old horse retired on Tuesday, Dec. 10 — and will be cared for by his partner of 15 years, Milwaukee Officer Steven White (yellow striped coat).

Mounted Patrol Horse Prince retires after 22 years of service

Learn much more about the MPD Mounted Patrol Foundation by CLICKING HERE.

Mounted Patrol Horse Prince retires after 22 years of service

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