2019 New York Laws
VAT - Vehicle and Traffic
Title 7 - Rules of the Road
Article 34-B - Riding Horses
1262 - Riding on Roadways, Shoulders and Horse Paths.

Universal Citation: NY Veh & Traf L § 1262 (2019)
§ 1262. Riding  on  roadways,  shoulders and horse paths. (a) Upon all
roadways, horses shall be ridden or led either near the right hand  curb
or  edge  of  the  roadway or upon a usable right-hand shoulder, lane or
path in such a manner as to prevent undue interference with the flow  of

(b) Persons riding or leading horses upon a roadway shall do so single file.

(c) Any person riding or leading a horse who is entering the roadway from a private road, driveway, alley or over a curb shall bring the horse to a full stop before entering the roadway.

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