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Shocking moment Oklahoma's Sooner wagon drawn by horses TIPS OVER in wild accident - university's athletic department says its a 'result of weight distribution among riders' The shocking incident occurred during Saturday's Oklahoma Sooners and West Virginia Mountaineers game  It halted the game during the second quarter as fans looked on while security tried to get the wagon's horses - Boomer and Sooner - under control  Everyone on board manage to avoid injury and the two horses were not affected by the crash  OU Athletics said that they believed the accident was a 'result of weight distribution among riders in the rear of the wagon.'  While some found the accident to be hilarious, PETA condemned the university for its treatment of the horses 

By Matthew Wright For Dailymail.com

Published: 01:26 BST, 20 October 2019 | Updated: 01:30 BST, 20 October 2019

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Oklahoma college football fans had to cut one touchdown celebration short during Saturday's game against West Virginia after their famed Sooner Schooner wagon tipped over. 

The wild spectacle halted the game during the second quarter as fans looked on while security tried to get the wagon's horses - Boomer and Sooner - under control. 

Footage from the game show the two horses pulling the wagon through the endzone and onto the football field. 

The wild spectacle halted the Oklahoma game during the second quarter as fans looked on while security tried to get the wagon's horses - Boomer and Sooner - under control

The wild spectacle halted the Oklahoma game during the second quarter as fans looked on while security tried to get the wagon's horses - Boomer and Sooner - under control

As it circles around the field, the wagon tips over and sends all of its passengers flying onto the turf. 

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