Alto Horses Get Temporary Warning Signs

The New Mexico Department of Transportation has installed fixed warning signs and radar speed signs along Hwy 48 near the town of Alto.  The signs were put in place until Lincoln County commissioners decide if flashing beacons would be appropriate for the area.  Refer to this report, posted today by Ruidoso News.


The Alto horses were recently returned to the range after two years in captivity when a district court judge ruled they were wild, not livestock.

RELATED: County May Agree to Flashing Warning Signs for Alto Horses.

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