Sure haven't heard much about this lately.

Every workday, Peter Wilson wakes up at 6 a.m. and goes to one of New York City’s most controversial jobs.

“I can’t imagine doing anything else,” said Wilson, 41, who drives a horse carriage for a living. “I love it.”

On the morning Metro spent with Wilson, he arrives at the Clinton Park Stables and dons a top hat before heading into traffic at 9:30 a.m. with Gino, a horse he’s steered for five years.

Gino expertly weaves through 10 blocks of cars, bikes and pedestrians, eventually arriving at a Central Park hack line where Wilson offers passers-by 20-minute rides for $50.

The job would be stress-free, Wilson said, except he’s not sure how much longer he’ll be able to do it.
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