After 11 years of service for the Disneyland Resort, two horses have trotted down Main Street for the very last time. Meet the two furry legends, Brother and Reggie! Thanks to Marcy Smothers (@foodwinemarcy), we have these wonderful photos of their last moments as everyone’s favorite four-legged cast members.
These two iconic horses had their last day in the park on Nov. 24 and as you can see, they had quite the going away party. Even Mickey Mouse came to say his goodbyes, though I’m sure it was more of a, “see ya real soon!”
At 18 years old, they can now live peacefully on the farm of their new owner- a Cast Member who adopted them! These two retirees will be missed by their Disneyland family and park guests, but they sure have fulfilled their jobs as cast members. I hope they get to keep their name badges!
Two @Disneyland greats retired today, Brother and Reggie. They pulled wagons down Main Street, U.S.A. for 11 years. Now 18, they were adopted by a Cast Member and will live out the rest of their days on a bucolic farm. pic.twitter.com/GkP1HVvzs0
— Marcy Carriker Smothers (@foodwinemarcy) November 24, 2019
Photo source Marcy Smothers (Twitter//@foodwinemarcy).
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