Michael Blowen prompted Special Ring to "show his tattoo," which the horse loves to do for visitors.
Michael Blowen prompted Special Ring to "show his tattoo," which the horse loves to do for visitors. ©2011
Michael Blowen prompted Special Ring to "show his tattoo," which the horse loves to do for visitors. ©2011

Equine retirement farm makes winners of aging horses

December 23, 2011 12:00 AM

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