The herd of wild horses is complete; a stallion has joined a group of mares

2015 - 04 - 06

After about a four-day long journey, a seven-year-old stallion called Northcroft Firestarter arrived in Central Bohemian Milovice today, half an hour after midday. It joined a group of fourteen mares which has been in this locality since 28th January. The transport with the stallion set out from the north-east of …

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The herd of wild horses is complete; a stallion has joined a group of mares

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