Funeral services for a deputy killed in the east will take place Saturday afternoon around 2 o'clock in Williamston.
Friday at the Agricultural Center the Caisson Unit took the horses out so they can get a better lay of the center.
Organizers say this is the first time many of these horses will be doing funeral services inside.
All this is in honor of Deputy Charlie Brown who was killed on Tuesday in the line of duty.
Law enforcement officials who are part of the unit say doing funerals like this make them think of their own mortality.
Two of the horses that will be used on Saturday were used to pull President Ronald Reagan during his service.
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