The New Orleans Police Department is getting into the matter of rearing its own particular stallions for its Mounted Unit and respected its initial pony on Friday (March 17). The Percheron-Thoroughbred cross was reproduced at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. The jail as of late finished its long-running steed rearing project, from which NOPD got large portions of its stallions. So with the assistance of a contributor, the police office purchased two female horses and a stallion from Angola to start reproducing its own particular steeds, to have more in the pipeline when more seasoned ones are resigned.
Cecile Tebo, the executive of the NOPD Officer Assistance Program, was given the respect of naming the new yearling, who is presently known as Tebo Stardust. Stardust is the name of the steed’s sire, or dad, and Tebo said she needed to perceive her own family’s inheritance in policing with the name. Her granddad, Adair Watters, was a police boss in the 1940s.