Then and Now: His­toric land­mark re­turns fol­low­ing re­pairs

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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.

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