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The Horses of Standing Rock See the Doctor

Arlene Grey Bear took Lucky and Rue and Kennedy to the rodeo grounds in Fort Yates, North Dakota, on the Standing Rock Reservation — Lucky and Rue, her ponies, for a checkup, Kennedy, her 16-year-old granddaughter, to help. And to learn.

Kennedy started riding a few years ago, Grey Bear said, and then her friends wanted to as well. So her grandmother made sure they

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