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WinStar Farm Visit (Part III): Behind the Scenes

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Now that the 2013 Breeders’ Cup is in the books, it is time to finish up my WinStar Farm blog series. In Part I, I took a look at the stallions, and Part II was all about the Training Barn. In this edition, I will take a behind the scenes look at the WinStar training and rehab center.

WinStar Farm has a state of the art training track and rehab center, and I am looking forward to seeing the Training Barn residents compete this winter and beyond.

WinStar offers much more than a training track for equine residents. If your horse needs some swimming therapy, try the large outdoor pool, or the indoor aqua tread.

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