LEBANON, Ohio (AP) - About 140 horse-drawn carriages are expected to parade through the streets of a southwest Ohio city next month.
The Dayton Daily News reports horse-drawn carriages will head to Lebanon, Ohio, on Dec. 4 as part of a 22nd annual Christmas festival.
Carriage collector Charles Poppe has driven in the parades every year. He owns several carriages that once belonged to movie stars and historical figures.
This year, he plans to drive a carriage once owned by Franklin Roosevelt's mother. Two of his Hackney horses, "Let the Good Times Roll" and "Oh Canada," will also be in the parade
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