Pony Express Re-riders four hours behind schedule

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PANHANDLE, Neb. Traveling by horseback is no easy task but a group of volunteers are bringing the Pony Express back to life.

These volunteers will travel through Big Springs, Chappell, Sidney, Bridgeport, Chimney Rock, the Scotts Bluff National Monument and end their night in Lyman. Right now, they are four hours behind schedule. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)

Volunteers will travel through Big Springs, Chappell, Sidney, Bridgeport, Chimney Rock, the Scotts Bluff National Monument and end their night in Lyman.

As of their recent report, they are four hours behind schedule.

You can keep up with the Pony Express Riders by going on their website at https://nationalponyexpress.org/annual-re-ride/follow-the-ride/?fbclid=IwAR2WXvdH2qoFcVThgyEGPNXpjXeLavViyioqu8bgxwDZNVJcnEldCytEOdU.