A man has suffered arrest for drunkenly riding a horse at the Breeders Cup Classic race which held on Saturday.
He got under police arrest due to getting on a horse while drunk and almost making it to the track.
And that very incident occurred at the Breeders’ Cup meet in the city of Kentucky, United States, local media report.
Michael Wells-Rody who is 24-years-old reportedly sneaked into “a restricted area”, grabbed a horse and was “in the track entrance”.
And that exactly was the case before the security operatives made a decision to stop him, according to police report.
The official police statement added he was “under the influence of alcoholic beverages”.
They also stated in very clear terms that the man was “loud and disorderly” when they asked him to dismount.
Accelerate picks up $6m reeders’ Cup Classic prize money
The Breeders’ Cup Classic which is worth in the region of $6m had its winner in Accelerate at Churchill Downs.
Enable which Frankie Dettori had ridden won the Breeders’ Cup Turf race.
It thus becomes the first horse to win both a Breeders’ Cup contest alongside the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
The Breeders’ Cup is on the other hand still one of the biggest meetings ever on the American racing calendar.
According to the report in the Lexington Herald Leader, Wells-Rody has landed a charge of alcohol intoxication in a public place.
That is together with the charge of disorderly conduct while he has a schedule to appear in court on Monday.