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It’s Montana Law, Principal Cares for Horses Students ride to School

It’s Montana Law, Principal Cares for Horses Students ride to School.

It's Montana Law, Principal Cares for Horses Students ride to School

Imagine being a confused high school principal and asking 12 students what in the world they plan to do with the 12 real live horses they’ve just ridden to school.

Only to have the 12 laughing students atop the horses inform you that you’ll be the one caring for the horses. While they are in school, and there’s nothing you can do about it.

This situation actually occurred at Conrad high school in the state of Montana. Where an old law still on the books made for the perfect senior prank.

Montana has an old law saying if a student rides their horse to school, the school principal has to feed and tend to the horse throughout the day,” the school district said.

“It looks like Mr. DeBruycker has his work cut out for him today.”

It’s still on the Montana law that if a student rides a horse to school the principal has to feed, water, and walk your horse,” former Pondera County Sheriff Carl Suta said, 96.3 The Blaze reported. “Six of our seniors are aware of this law on their last day of school ever. I think we might be rednecks.”

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