511 S.W.2d 228 (1974)

R. J. STEVENS et al., Appellants, v. CITY OF LOUISVILLE, Kentucky, Appellee.

Court of Appeals of Kentucky.

May 31, 1974.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Henry A. Triplett, Hogan, Taylor, Denzer & Bennett, Louisville, for appellants.

James E. Thornberry, Director of Law, Herbert Van Arsdale II, Asst. Director of Law, Louisville, for appellee.

VANCE, Commissioner.

This is an appeal from a judgment upholding the validity of an ordinance of the City of Louisville, Kentucky, which prohibited horseback riding upon public ways and park property (with certain exceptions) in the City of Louisville and which dismissed appellant's claim for an injunction to prohibit the city from interfering with their alleged right to ride horses upon the public ways of the city and...

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