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Role of horses changed throughout state history

January 25, 2009
By WHITNEY PANDIL-EATON, Staff Writer, wpandileaton@minotdailynews.com

Since their domestication nearly 6,000 years ago, according to the American Museum of Natural History, horses and humans have been intrinsically connected. There have been poems written about them, paintings made of them, songs sang in honor of them, and statues created capturing their versatility from the battlegrounds and wheat fields to rodeo rings and race tracks.

 
 

 

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