Storm Cat ate a birthday treat while getting a rub from his former trainer, Jonathan Sheppard, on his 30th birthday on Feb. 27 at Overbrook Farm. The legendary stallion died Wednesday and was buried at the farm. Photo by Matt Goins
Storm Cat ate a birthday treat while getting a rub from his former trainer, Jonathan Sheppard, on his 30th birthday on Feb. 27 at Overbrook Farm. The legendary stallion died Wednesday and was buried at the farm. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader
Storm Cat ate a birthday treat while getting a rub from his former trainer, Jonathan Sheppard, on his 30th birthday on Feb. 27 at Overbrook Farm. The legendary stallion died Wednesday and was buried at the farm. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

Stallion star Storm Cat's 30th birthday a celebration of togetherness

February 27, 2013 05:48 PM

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