Horses rescued from Jefferson, Orange County waiting in groups for their owners at Ford Park

Horses being rescued after Harvey

BEAUMONT - Forty horses are pawing around corrals at Ford Park as they wait to be reunited with their owners.

The 40 healthy horses were rescued from floodwaters in Jefferson and Orange Counties according to a release from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

Anyone who is missing a horse can to go to the Ford Park Barn on Thursday or Friday from 8 a.m. to  8 p.m. to look for their horses according to the release.

Horse owners must have a valid ID, a valid Coggins test as well as a picture of their horse the release said.

Entry to the Ford Park Barn area MUST be made off of Hwy 124 as entry from the IH-10 Service Road is not allowed.

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