Kelsey Riley, former editorial intern at The Blood-Horse and current Darley Flying Start student, relates her experiences while trimming the hooves of the equine stars at Old Friends retirement farm. Read Blog
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Blood-Horse editorial intern Kelsey Riley writes a guest blog entry about her experiences at Sam Son Farm working with nurse mare Goldie and her adopted foal, Katie. Read Blog
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