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Hanover Shoe Farms built an eight-stallion paddock in one day to accommodate some of the horses from Md.

The Evening Sun eveningsun.com

Posted:   03/10/2012 05:50:27 PM EST 

The ad could read something like this: “Free to a good home. Jewell’s Ingot, 6 years old, white and bay in color. Eats like a horse.” 

Jewell’s Ingot is one of 16 Standardbred horses the Hanover Shoe Farms and the U.S. Trotting Association will be adopting out to qualified horse lovers in a few weeks.

The Shoe Farms has spent the past five months caring for Jewell’s Ingot and some 20 other horses that had been in poor condition when they were seized by the Humane Society of Carroll County from a farm in Mount Airy, Md., last fall.  Hanover Shoe Farms, the world’s leading breeder of Standardbred horses, has provided shelter, food, veterinary care, grooming and personal contact…

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