For the love of God, will someone please name this Orange County Sheriff's horse?

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SCREENSHOT VIA OCSO VIDEO / YOUTUBE
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This Orange County Sheriff's Office horse needs a law enforcement name.

Just look at this horse:
Is this a male or female? What breed of horse is this? They don't say. How can we be expected to name this horse?



We called and found out. The horse is a 14-year-old male Quarter Horse. Before you consider your default name, know that you are limited to four choices: Leo, Copper, Justice or Wrangler.

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Set aside your concerns and please, just name this horse. Today, Friday, Aug. 16, is your deadline. You can cast your vote via the comments section of the Facebook post.
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