Lindsay Graham of Napa, Calif., got a playful nudge from her Arabian horse, Monk, as they posed for the media Thursday at Shaker Village of  Pleasant Hill. Graham is with the U.S. endurance team, which is training at Shaker Village for three weeks leading up to the World Equestrian Games.
Lindsay Graham of Napa, Calif., got a playful nudge from her Arabian horse, Monk, as they posed for the media Thursday at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. Graham is with the U.S. endurance team, which is training at Shaker Village for three weeks leading up to the World Equestrian Games.
Lindsay Graham of Napa, Calif., got a playful nudge from her Arabian horse, Monk, as they posed for the media Thursday at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. Graham is with the U.S. endurance team, which is training at Shaker Village for three weeks leading up to the World Equestrian Games.

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