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NJ Horsemen Feel Betrayed

The black fences and white pickets lining the fields along Route 526 in Monmouth County signal the changing borders of horse farms with quaint names like White Birch, Fair Wind and Birch Creek.

Dark brown mares and their thick-maned yearlings graze in the corners or under the shade of the few trees that rise from the rolling plains. Away from the road, clusters of stables housing hundreds of horses dot the landscape.

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