It's Bad, It's Very Bad...

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Midnight has come and gone by the time the Central Kentucky horseman pulls into the stableyard and unloads the young black mare. Both are bone-weary after a 15-hour trip home from the trainer's stable. The man leans on the fence, watching the horse nose around a small paddock lit by a dim light. Tired as he is, he decides to observe the filly just a bit longer before heading to bed.

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