Cherry Wine’s Second Act, an Equine Mathematician, and More Must-Click Links of the Week

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Welcome to our link roundup, where we share our favorite stories from around the Internet! Know a link that should be included? Email it to americasbestracing@gmail.com

Catch up with fan favorite Cherry Wine, who’s gone from running in Triple Crown races to shining as a show horse. (Paulick Report)

I cannot express how much I love and identify with this article by a woman who may be just a bit obsessed with horses. (New Yorker)

Do you need to watch a pony dancing to “Frosty the Snowman”? I think you need to watch a pony dancing to “Frosty the Snowman.”

We’re 10 years into Thoroughbred aftercare, and this article is a great look at how we’re doing is an industry. (Paulick Report)

A Maryland-based not-for-profit is helping people with disabilities through therapeutic riding. (CBS Baltimore)

Yay, technology! Milo the horse went missing in Woodbury, Vt. until a drone helped to find him. (Burlington Free Press)

Oooooh, I’m a big fan of Middleburg, Va.’s new logo. (Loudon Now)

Everyone pack your bags, because we’re heading to Iceland this summer to ride ponies. (Yale News)

Have you ever heard the legend of the horse who could do math? Meet Beautiful Jim Key. (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Cloned horses have started to show up in the show world – but should they be allowed to compete? (Robb Report)

Here’s your daily dose of adorable:

Nathaniel White Feather rescues horses from slaughterhouses and transitions them into therapeutic animals. Here’s how he was thanked during the Month of Giving. (WTVR)

Happy retirement to Reggie and Brother, two of Disneyland’s Main Street USA draft horses! (The Orange County Register)

Congratulations to Edward Whitaker, British horse racing’s photographer of the year! Seriously, these images are stunning. (CNN)

Bill Nader’s passion for horse racing has taken him from New Hampshire to Hong Kong. What an amazing journey! (New York Times)

Dayton O. Hyde is a cowboy who didn’t like seeing America’s wild horses rounded up. His plan? Setting up an 11,000-acre sanctuary. (The Epoch Times)

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