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Veterinarians, students and horse enthusiasts watch and photograph Dr. Ric Redden, center right. Redden, a veterinarian specializing in equine podiatry from Kentucky, was assisted by Dr. Dennis Jenkins with Santa Fe Equine Associates as he fitted Indio, a 16-year-old quarter horse stallion, with a prosthetic leg Monday at the Equine Recovery Center in Dickinson. Photo by Jennifer Reynolds


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