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Fort Steele welcomes new arrivals

Left: MJ’s colt, born June 8, pictured in full coltish gallop. Right: Melissa with her new filly, born May 29. - For the Townsman
Left: MJ’s colt, born June 8, pictured in full coltish gallop. Right: Melissa with her new filly, born May 29.
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The herd of Clydesdales at Fort Steele Heritage Town is richer by two. A colt and a filly were born to mares MJ and Melissa, respectively. A naming contest is currently underway, with the new names to be announced in early July.

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