Mounted CHP Officers Eryn Greenfield, left, and Jeff Lane patrol Capitol Park. Being on horses allows them to go places that other vehicles cannot go and have a higher view. May 20, 2011
Mounted CHP Officers Eryn Greenfield, left, and Jeff Lane patrol Capitol Park. Being on horses allows them to go places that other vehicles cannot go and have a higher view. May 20, 2011 Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file
Mounted CHP Officers Eryn Greenfield, left, and Jeff Lane patrol Capitol Park. Being on horses allows them to go places that other vehicles cannot go and have a higher view. May 20, 2011 Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file

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Lessons from a CHP horse stable

March 15, 2016 03:23 PM

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