05:21AM, Wednesday 24 October 2012
A horse had to be led to safety after falling in the river in the private area of Windsor Home Park this morning.
It was being led by a groom but lost its footing. Firefighters from Windsor Castle, Windsor and Reading came to the rescue.
A boat was used to attach a lead to the horse's bridle. It was then towed by its halter 100 yards along the river to a narrower spot under a bridge where it was able to clamber safely out.
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