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This is a Horse and a Football Fan

by Kathy Jones on April 27, 2014 at 4:27 PM
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 This is a Horse and a Football Fan

Media reports indicate that a horse at the Northumberland district of England keeps escaping his enclosure to attend the matches of a nearby football club.

The stallion lives in a field near Ashington AFC's stadium and often exploits a gap in the fence to turn up during match days.

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According to Metro.co.uk, the horse was spotted during the club's match with rival side Crook Town, casually watching on in the stands as Ashington picked up a 7-3 victory.

A fan, who managed to get a picture of the horse watching the match, added that the official match attendance was given as '597 - plus a horse'.

Source: ANI
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