Horse Sense

A turn on the newly restored carousel at Lighthouse Point Park.

A horse in the carousel at Lighthouse Point. Feel free to look any of these sixty-eight horses in the mouth. Each horse is treated, sometimes daily if weather and use warrant it, by careful hands reaching a special solution into the crevices of its body. The horsetails are washed, treated, wiped, and dried individually twice a year, at the beginning and end of riding season. The carousel currently at Lighthouse Point Park was built in 1912 and installed in 1916 in the white-walled Victorian-style pavilion. . . Read more
Cindy Ok