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26 October 2011

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horse care courses

Wow just look at them, apints, palomino and appaloosa's, don't they all look great?

YASHPAL ARYA

fantastic !!i am always your fan .you capture the something which is something different . I like it .i would be fortunate when i will meet you .
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Lisa, a.k.a. The Bold Soul

Hoo, doggies! OK I think my favorite is the 8th from the top of the tan horse looking over his shoulder as if to say, "I didn't leave that in the street, it wasn't me!"

Tara Bradford

Natalie, they brought the sand in just for the horse parade. By 10 p.m. of the same (rainy) day, it had been removed! Originally the tradition was a horse auction. 740 years later, it has evolved into a horse parade; horses no longer sold during the "horse market."

Natalie

That's great! Is the road there always sand, or did they bring it in for the event? Seemed unusual, and I was curious.

Marilyn

What an interesting event, especially with the reference to Texas and the American flag.

Mary H.

More horse pictures...."Contented sigh."

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