A breed apart

September 24, 2013

By Staff

By Patty Herman Duncan Mulholland (above), of Issaquah, leads the Clydesdale Ranger out of the Draft Horse Barn on Sept. 12 at the State Fair in Puyallup. Mulholland is a volunteer and spends his time harnessing, grooming and driving the hitch team of six Clydesdales (left) belonging to Alan and Shelly Manning, including Ranger.

By Patty Herman
Duncan Mulholland (above), of Issaquah, leads the Clydesdale Ranger out of the Draft Horse Barn on Sept. 12 at the State Fair in Puyallup. Mulholland is a volunteer and spends his time harnessing, grooming and driving the hitch team of six Clydesdales (left) belonging to Alan and Shelly Manning, including Ranger.

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One Response to “A breed apart”

  1. Vernon M. Parrettk M.D. on October 6th, 2013 1:48 pm

    Budweiser didn’t make Clydesdales famous, Clydesdales made Budweiser famous!

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