- Light Horses At Work
4-H clubs -- Membership
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- Horses At Work--"Light" horses, which are becoming increasingly popular in North Carolina, can be used for both work and play. NCSU Graduate Assistant Charles Hutton uses a horse to separate and pen cattle, something that is being done with increasing frequency on Tar Heel farms. This particular horse, Wicked Woman, was given to the University by Frank Hanes of Winston-Salem. -30-Tom Byrd-
North Carolina State University. Department of 4-H Youth Development
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