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Stripped of pageantry and glamour - and even identifying characteristics - the horse conveys an irresistible sense of pure freedom. The breeze in a mane and the friendship of a running buddy, horses and riding and rodeo, show the beauty and wildness of the West and the possibility and freedom it bestows. The horse is not only a symbol of freedom, but also one of wisdom.
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The Spell Of The West |
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