County police horse leads anti-Brexit protest
Officers from Lancashire's mounted section having been helping to police today's anti-Brexit protest.
Protestors took to the streets in Manchester this afternoon for a Stop Brexit march.
And at the head of the march was Lancashire police horse Guild, who was helping out colleagues in Greater Manchester Police.
Lancashire horses Kelbrook, Finnigan - named after former Chief Constable Steve Finnigan - Hutton, Caton and Gisburn were also on duty.
A GMP spokesman said: "Thank you to all those who protested peacefully and safely."
The march was taking place as the Conservative party conference gets underway in Manchester.