A Thoroughbred mares sniffs her foal on Waterford Farm. April and May are foaling season and most are born between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. under the cover of darkness. They are turned out into a pasture daily where foals eat dandelions and clover.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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agricultural structures, animal care, animal rights issues and activities, barns, benches and chairs, farmers and farming, foal horse farmers and farming, interior views (of buildings), kentucky, mare, north america, scenes and views, southern states, structures, thoroughbred horses, united states, waterford farm (kentucky)
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- Kentucky Horse Country USA National Geographic MM7017