Police Chief Tony Chaplin smiles while feeding Gunny, a 19-year-old SFPD horse that is being retired, outside of Lefty O'Douls in San Francisco on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. ( Ryan McNulty / Special to SF Examiner )

Mounted Unit horse retired by interim SFPD Chief Toney Chaplin

SFPD’s 19-year-old Mounted Unit Tennessee Walker “Gunny” was retired of his duties and fed a bucket brunch of apples and carrots during a retirement ceremony at Lefty O’Doul’s in San Francisco’s Union Square Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Lefty O’Doul’s nephew, Tom O’Doul, nailed the mounted horse’s shoe above Lefty’s front door alongside the horseshoes of six other retired SFPD horses. (Ryan McNulty/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Police Chief Toney Chaplin smiles while feeding Gunny, a 19-year-old SFPD horse that is being retired, outside of Lefty O'Douls in San Francisco on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. ( Ryan McNulty / Special to SF Examiner )

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Police Chief Toney Chaplin smiles while feeding Gunny, a 19-year-old SFPD horse that is being retired, outside of Lefty O'Douls in San Francisco on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. ( Ryan McNulty / Special to SF Examiner )

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