Claire Goff, 8, of Winchester won her division of the stick-horse race. Children and dogs were more plentiful than horses at High Hope, which raises money for several charities.
Claire Goff, 8, of Winchester won her division of the stick-horse race. Children and dogs were more plentiful than horses at High Hope, which raises money for several charities. ©2012 Herald-Leader
Claire Goff, 8, of Winchester won her division of the stick-horse race. Children and dogs were more plentiful than horses at High Hope, which raises money for several charities. ©2012 Herald-Leader

Thousands support charities at High Hope Steeplechase

May 20, 2012 08:20 PM

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