Horses that plow, heal, or protect have distinctly different lifestyles than the average riding horse
The bright Wyoming sun gleams off the red bluffs as teamster Jack Malmberg, of Lander, calmly drives two of his blonde Belgian mares. They are pulling a mower through a field they are haying, careful to avoid a boggy area. The bucolic scene is reminiscent of a simpler time, but it is anything but effortless; horses are sweating and straining, and Ma
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