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  • Baby horses frolick the day away at Cal Poly

    Cal Poly’s Equine Center is full of baby horses. Within the past couple of months, 10 foals have arrived and two more babies are on the way as part of the university’s Quarter Horse Enterprise Project.

Cal Poly’s Equine Center is full of baby horses. Within the past couple of months, 10 foals have arrived and two more babies are on the way as part of the university’s Quarter Horse Enterprise Project. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Cal Poly’s Equine Center is full of baby horses. Within the past couple of months, 10 foals have arrived and two more babies are on the way as part of the university’s Quarter Horse Enterprise Project. David Middlecamp The Tribune

So many cute baby horses frolicking at Cal Poly these days

May 09, 2017 11:00 AM

UPDATED May 10, 2017 11:14 AM