Broodmares and foals grazed at the Runnymede Farm in Paris, in 2012. The foal crop has been dropping steadily since 1986, when it peaked at 51,296. The 2014 crop was estimated at 22,000.
Broodmares and foals grazed at the Runnymede Farm in Paris, in 2012. The foal crop has been dropping steadily since 1986, when it peaked at 51,296. The 2014 crop was estimated at 22,000. Herald-Leader
Broodmares and foals grazed at the Runnymede Farm in Paris, in 2012. The foal crop has been dropping steadily since 1986, when it peaked at 51,296. The 2014 crop was estimated at 22,000. Herald-Leader

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