Then and Now: Historic landmark returns following repairs
and even lab coats.
All-Out Property Services of Yarmouth was hired to help reinstall the horse on top of the fountain.
Meanwhile, following these latest repairs to the horse Muise says one thing they are cautioning the public about is not to climb onto the horse and sit on it, which people have been known to do.
“We need to keep people off of it,” he says. “To me looking at the damage on it the next person who would have hopped up on it would have gone for a ride. The legs that were supporting it and the cracks in it were bad,” says Muise, saying the legs could have easily let go.
“Take a picture of it, but stay off of it,” Muise says is the message they’d like people to remember.
After all, while realistic, it’s not a real horse.