2020-12-2021-01

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After a lifetime of loving horses, and absorbing the numerous lessons her horses have chosen to share with her, CANDIDA BAKER reflects that living your dream is a wonderful fantasy but not always easy.
So, it’s early morning, and I’m standing in the paddock. I’m trying to catch one of my horses, my Palomino Quarter Horse Jewel, who has sussed that I have a tube of antibiotic in my hand and wants nothing to do with me. I’ve brought a small amount of pellets in a bowl with …
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