Principal forced to take care of 12 horses due to outdated state law

Saddle on the back of a brown horse
Saddle on the back of a brown horse Photo credit Getty Images/Azaliya

See, this is a senior prank we can get behind.

A high school principal in Montana was forced to take care of twelve horses due to an outdated law in the state.

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Apparently, the law states that if a student rides a horse to class, the principal is forced to take care of that horse!

So when 12 seniors showed up for the last day of school riding horses, we can only imagine the day Principal Raymond DeBruycke had!

According to NBC Montana, a lot of schools in Montana had stables and hitching posts well into the 20th century, and a few still had them even into the 1960s.

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