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September 23, 2012 12:00 AM

For Lantern Hill Farm, September sale is 'almost everything'

For most Kentucky horse farms, the goal is not breeding a million-dollar sale topper or a future Derby winner. "Most of us doing this for a living, if we can sell horses and make a little money, we're happy with that," said Suzi Shoemaker, owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway. "It's not headline-grabbing but honestly, if you're paying the bills and breeding good horses, you're happy."

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