Death At The Derby (Part 2, page 2 of 5)


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Part 2

Jeff and Julie scrubbed him good to get that paint off of him then she made sure he was kept up while the ground crew was painting. Some times he would act more like a dog or maybe a cat due to the saying curiosity killed the cat than a horse

Chestnut Boy was acting up in other ways and decided to try to bit one of the ground crew so Jill gave him a sedative and performed a medical precedure of castration on him to calm him down some . Julie said now he's a chestnut gelding and when we race him we;ll have to tell the officials that...

Julie would lead them around the track and she was weaning them from the milk subsititute to water but they still wanted the milk substitute every so often but Julie was told by both of her parents that they would drink the water if they got thirsty enough. She had to keep them away from other horses so they didn't get themselves into trouble with the mares who was still nursing their foals

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