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  • Wild ponies on Little Horse Island doing well

    FILE: Venaye McGlashan, a neighbor to Little Horse Island, talks Dec. 6, 2015, about how they have been helping to provide hay for the wild marsh ponies of Little Horse Island during the colder months when they marsh grass is not as plentiful.

FILE: Venaye McGlashan, a neighbor to Little Horse Island, talks Dec. 6, 2015, about how they have been helping to provide hay for the wild marsh ponies of Little Horse Island during the colder months when they marsh grass is not as plentiful. Delayna Earley dearley@beaufortgazette.com
FILE: Venaye McGlashan, a neighbor to Little Horse Island, talks Dec. 6, 2015, about how they have been helping to provide hay for the wild marsh ponies of Little Horse Island during the colder months when they marsh grass is not as plentiful. Delayna Earley dearley@beaufortgazette.com

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