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**Fox hunting in the Miles City area. Yup, riding to the hounds. “The Naked Foxhunter: 10,000 Miles Later” --Gretchen Pelham The Chronical Of The Horse May 1, 2018 url
My condolences Larry. He certainly lived one heck of a full life.
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Good photo David. Thanks.
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