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Las Vegas equestrians riding in local neighborhoods

JPG by Wiley Miller
JPG by Wiley Miller
Copyright © 2001 by Wiley Miller

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  • sharon 5 years ago

    Though there may be few as there always are that don't clean up after their horses how about giving credit to those that do. I know me and my friend always go back and pick up if we can't right then so don't generalize to the point it overlooks the masses in doing good. Also remember the horse dun is biodegradable compared to cans,plastic, oil, and gas left on the road.

  • Allison 5 years ago

    How much do you want to bet the individual who is "ranting" happens to live in an equine community and knew that before buying. The fact is that the horses came first, not the communities. If you don't like it, move away. To complain about the manure or the flies or the shavings blowing around due to the wind, it to complain about high noise level when you move next to a train track.

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