We train the high school horses. And it’s very nice to work with them
because they bring the horses here when they’re three years old and
they stay eight to ten years with us [before] the tour. So they start
showing when they’re twelve or thirteen years old.
Sad to think that one life means so much more than another. There is
another silent chilling story that is hidden behind the business of
breeding, especially of the mass market of thoroughbreds bred for the
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