There are plenty of pet-friendly hotels out there for travelers bringing their furry friends with them -- notably the Kimpton chain, among others -- but nine times out of 10, a “pet” refers to a dog or a cat. That being said, when riding coach Lindsey Partridge traveled from Canada to Kentucky with her horses for a show, she was able to find them a comfy accommodation, not at a stable, but in room at the Super 8 in Georgetown, Kentucky.
Upon arrival, Partridge noticed a dog in the lobby, and she jokingly asked the receptionist if she could bring in her horses. “Oh, I don't care. Sure, bring them in," said the receptionist, So Partridge did just that, walking one of her horses, Blizz, through the lobby, stopping at the front desk to pose for a photo, and right into her hotel room. Partridge and Blizz posed for a few more photos, which were and earned the duo 15 minutes of social media fame.
Unfortunately, it looks like this might have been a one-time deal. Super 8 gave the following statement to ABC News: “We did not know she was going to bring the horse into the facility. We are pet-friendly, and it is [for animals] 25 pounds and under. We had no knowledge of it being in the room."
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