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Woman Tests The Limits Of A Pet-Friendly Hotel By Checking In With Her Horse

Woman Tests The Limits Of A Pet-Friendly Hotel By Checking In With Her Horse
Updated 7 months ago

Horse owner Lindsey Partridge decided to see if "pet friendly" meant all the pets at a hotel in Georgetown, Kentucky. As Partridge checked in at the Super 8, she asked the clerk if her horse could stay in the room with her. Partridge, known for successfully retraining retired racehorses, said she wanted to show people how calm horses can be with the proper training. But she didn't expect a "yes."

To her surprise, the clerk said, "Aw, I wouldn’t mind. You could do that."

Partridge went out to the parking lot and brought her horse Blizz in from the trailer. She took her "pet" up to the room and watched some television, as one does.

Later, Partridge took Blizz and her two other horses to a stable for the night.

Some people on social media weren't feeling the horse love:

But others dug the idea of sharing a room with farm animals:

And then there were people who couldn't get past the, um... horsey functions:

Relax, people! You won't be seeing horses wandering the halls of hotels on your next family vacation. Partridge was trying to call attention to the Retired Racehorse Project's Thoroughbred Makeover. According to their website, their goal is to "showcase the trainability and talent of off-track Thoroughbreds, to inspire good trainers to engage in the process of transitioning these horses to second careers, and to educate the people involved in the care, training, and sale of these horses to responsible owners."