Recently someone posted the attached photo on my local NextDoor board. It's not a local flier, but apparently my neighbor saw it on the internet and thought it was relevant to the usual arguing that all the NextDoor addicts near me like to engage in regarding the problem of rogue dog poop bags all over our local trails. She (not a horse person) said that she thought all the horses being ridden on these trails are at risk of death from these poop bags. Have you ever heard of this? Are horses really attracted to the "cereal content" of dog poop? I guess it's not impossible, but there is NO way either of my horses would eat a plastic bag containing dog poop. Obviously they wouldn't do it if I was riding them on a trail, but I'm 99.5% they wouldn't do it at liberty, either. Would yours? P.S. Not picking up your dog's poop on a public trail is lame, for the record.