Horses of the U.S. endurance team were led down a water bucket line Tuesday to be doused at a practice veterinary check station during a  demonstration at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. The break station procedures are among the training the U.S. team is undergoing at Shaker Village as it prepares to compete in the 100-mile endurance event at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, which begin Sept. 25 at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Horses of the U.S. endurance team were led down a water bucket line Tuesday to be doused at a practice veterinary check station during a demonstration at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. The break station procedures are among the training the U.S. team is undergoing at Shaker Village as it prepares to compete in the 100-mile endurance event at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, which begin Sept. 25 at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Horses of the U.S. endurance team were led down a water bucket line Tuesday to be doused at a practice veterinary check station during a demonstration at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. The break station procedures are among the training the U.S. team is undergoing at Shaker Village as it prepares to compete in the 100-mile endurance event at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, which begin Sept. 25 at the Kentucky Horse Park.

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