Trent Shannon broke into a grin as he rode his horse, Jerry, last week. Almost immediately after getting off of his horse, Trent will always want to get back on, pleading, "Again, again!"
Trent Shannon broke into a grin as he rode his horse, Jerry, last week. Almost immediately after getting off of his horse, Trent will always want to get back on, pleading, "Again, again!" Herald-Leader
Trent Shannon broke into a grin as he rode his horse, Jerry, last week. Almost immediately after getting off of his horse, Trent will always want to get back on, pleading, "Again, again!" Herald-Leader

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