It's not uncommon to see a dog helping a blind person find their way but a horse? Well, it may become a bit more normal to see miniature horses leading people around town. Governor Quinn has approved a measure that allows people with vision impairments to take the animals into public places like schools and restaurants.
Both would be able to take the horses size into consideration before allowing them inside. Supporters of the law say this provides a great alternative for disabled people who are allergic to dogs.