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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The mysterious horseman of Northwest Detroit spotted again

Posted By on Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 6:24 AM

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Thanks to one of our quick-acting readers, we have more photos of the mysterious horseman of Northwest Detroit. This dude has been spotted before, riding his horse at Greenfield and Seven Mile roads. The latest photos come from Southfield and Seven Mile. According to the photographer, he rides like he’s not in the city.

When we last ran pictures of the rider, others chimed in recognizing the young man. One commenter declared: “The horse looks healthy, of good weight and hooves looked trimmed. This means he cares for his horse. He has correct fitting tack and the horse has a working pleasant expression. Good for him I wish him the best and he probably would like to be left alone not hunted down for a story. “



Well, there’s no problem there. We still don’t know who this guy is. But we can’t help be a little nosey. Know more? Let us know.

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