Prosthetic Eye Gives Horse a Shot at Show Career

A miniature horse has been given a second chance for a career as a show horse--thanks to a prosthetic eye. The 65-pound horse, named KBuck, was born June 1 at Lil Chums Miniature Horse Farm in Lawton, Okla., and lost its eye a few days after birth. Owner Kelsey Chumbley, 12, said she suspects the young horse was the victim of a swift kick from its mother.

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