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  • Actually, yes you can.

    Submitted by ThazMrPlaya2U on Jun 22, 10 at 10:05am
    • Actually no you can't. In Canada you only get DUI's on Motorized Vehicles

      Submitted by bartolo on Jun 23, 10 at 6:25pm
      • We live in America. And in America you would get a dui on an inner tube... In a pool. In your back yard.

        Submitted by gadawgs23 on Jun 18, 12 at 4:40pm
  • Just get a tiger and see if the cop fucks with you

    Submitted by balhblah on Jun 22, 10 at 3:01pm
  • You definately can! I got "pulled" over on a horse... good thing cop cars can't jump ditches :)

    Submitted by helkatt68 on Jun 22, 10 at 10:07am
  • You sure can. even on a freaking bike. Try it out for youself aha

    Submitted by kiwi0515 on Jun 22, 10 at 10:13am
  • Yes you can still get a ticket on a horse

    Submitted by melmc on Jun 22, 10 at 12:45pm
  • Lmfao. You can pretty much get a DUI on anything.

    Submitted by blahblahxblah on Jun 22, 10 at 12:36pm
  • Don't count on it...trust me.

    Submitted by LRae83 on Jun 22, 10 at 10:04am
  • Yes you can and full further referance you can get cited on a canoe(any many other forms of water transportation) and on a lawn mower

    Submitted by ggores on Jun 22, 10 at 12:11pm
  • Too bad you can still get a DUI on a horse...

    Submitted by veronicag on Jun 22, 10 at 3:31pm
  • Ps they will impound your horse too!

    Submitted by Rosamondmoonpie on Jun 22, 10 at 10:09am
  • Yes you can!

    Submitted by bathompson091 on Jun 22, 10 at 10:42am
  • Yes you can ... At least in phx, az. Late at nite riding from bar to bar on south mountain, yes you can.

    Submitted by Rosamondmoonpie on Jun 22, 10 at 10:06am
  • go buy an elephant so you can get out DUI's and you can crush anyone who tries to stop you

    Submitted by aTastyCookie on Jun 25, 10 at 6:14pm
  • Yeah, we threaten to call the cops on kids every year at our rodeo for being drunk and riding. But hey, it's Texas, that's how we roll.

    Submitted by srmcbroom on Jun 23, 10 at 3:24am
  • I guess you've never seen that video of that guy getting pulled over on a horse drunk as shit.

    Submitted by jkriz on Jun 22, 10 at 3:32pm
  • But what if the horse is drunk...

    Submitted by laidiesman on Jun 23, 10 at 12:07am
  • Yep.. Seen it happen a few times in Wyoming .

    Submitted by Scars on Jun 22, 10 at 5:46pm
  • Just ride a bike. You being from Ontario it is legal to be drunk while riding a bike.

    Submitted by bartolo on Jun 23, 10 at 6:26pm
    • dont thumb me down... i know the law... the MTO even has it on there website. Horse legal too

      Submitted by bartolo on Jun 28, 10 at 7:14pm
  • Lol @ the horse being the DD comment

    Submitted by trke0302 on Jun 22, 10 at 10:52am
  • Actually, they just changed the law in South Dakota! It is now no longer illegal to ride a horse drunk! Gotta love hillbillies!!

    Submitted by bc_ranch on Jun 22, 10 at 8:29pm
  • Yes u can dumbass.... U can get a DUI on anything that moves

    Submitted by mikehawk1206 on Jun 24, 10 at 1:22am
  • Yes you can!! I know this for a fact.. Not me but a buddy of mine... Funny shit

    Submitted by enjoy420 on Jun 22, 10 at 1:20pm
  • yes you can! someone got a ticket for riding a bike drunk a while ago in Washington & on the news when they were they were telling the story they made it clean that drinking/riding anything under the influence is illegal!

    Submitted by wilburl on Jun 23, 10 at 2:11am
  • Not only can you get a DUI on a horse in most states, you can get assulting an officer for patting a horse's flank before walking behind him in a crowd when he's a police horse. And Ohio just said cops can guess that you're driving too fast and your ticket stands too...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 23, 10 at 7:49am
  • You must fuckin retarded of course you can

    Submitted by troyfish on Jun 22, 10 at 1:27pm
  • Seen it happen before

    Submitted by gobigblueUK on Jun 22, 10 at 11:27pm
  • negative ... plus you get a disorderly if you pet a police horse after imbibing for 10+ hours ... just sayin

    Submitted by depg on Jun 30, 10 at 2:24am
  • For further reference\nNot full further reference

    Submitted by bienlunee on Jun 27, 10 at 11:34pm
  • Obviously this idiot is NOT from Soith Carolina!!! We had a guy busted DUI up in Six Mile last spring! Riding the stolen horse of the Mayor's mother drunk I think.

    Submitted by SkinnerOne on Jun 22, 10 at 11:47am
  • You can!

    Submitted by sarahjay on Jun 22, 10 at 10:09am
  • too bad thats not the case

    Submitted by bluegirl25 on Jun 22, 10 at 3:13pm
  • Livestock officer?? They have them... ?? Maybe??

    Submitted by LyriaKnight on Jun 23, 10 at 2:00pm
  • Actually, they just changed the law in South Dakota! It is now now longer illegal to ride a horse drunk! Gotta love hillbillies!!

    Submitted by bc_ranch on Jun 22, 10 at 7:34pm
  • "I'm on a *hic* horse *BLAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGGH*"

    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Jun 22, 10 at 1:07pm
  • Yes you can.

    Submitted by taleap on Jun 22, 10 at 10:35pm
  • @SkinnerOne: Don't they still lynch people for horse theft in SC?

    Submitted by ThazMrPlaya2U on Jun 22, 10 at 12:00pm
  • Depends where you live, I live in Alberta Canada and a guy in a town near mine got one

    Submitted by loterfed420 on Dec 30, 11 at 7:50pm
  • haha clearly you've never tried... it doesn't work so

    Submitted by bmkey on Jun 22, 10 at 12:05pm
  • Oh yes you can!! They'll impound your horse at the local vet and take your ass to jail!! Seen it happen!

    Submitted by impishgrace on Jun 22, 10 at 3:54pm
  • Yup you can. At least in Oklahoma.

    Submitted by kdboellghopper on Jun 24, 10 at 7:21pm
  • You can.

    Submitted by wtfitscourtxx on Jun 22, 10 at 12:08pm
  • "The short answer to this question is that sometimes it is possible to get a citation for driving under the influence (DUI) on a horse or a bicycle. This varies widely from state to state, however, depending on local laws and how a state defines a “vehicle.” As a general rule, it is better to be safe, rather than sorry, and people should avoid riding or cycling if they have been consuming alcohol. Depending on regional laws, a DUI on a horse or bicycle can result in hefty fines and the l

    Submitted by lalalalalalala on Jun 23, 10 at 4:38pm