Animals - Injuries by Animals at Large - In an action for damages for injuries sustained by the kick of a horse, the petition alleged that for many days the defendant carelessly and negligently permitted a horse owned by him to run loose on the streets unattended, and that the plaintiff while playing about was kicked by the horse. On demurrer, held, no cause of action stated because no allegation that the owner knew the horse was vicious. Brady v. Str.aub, (Ky. Ct. of App. 1917), 197 S. W. 938.
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