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Two racehorses, both male, “fell in love” and grew inseparable. Until tragedy did it for them. – The Denver Post

LAMBOURN, England – Sixty miles west of London in the “Valley of the Racehorse,” some human beings in recent years have dug out the word “extraordinary” and put it to use.

For horse people, that’s something, for they so often bring understated temperaments to their work among breathtaking animals. They live steadily through unforgiving daily routines that might bore or addle many but seem utterly indispensable to them. They’ve seen it all, or at least close to it, yet even they say they hadn’t quite seen what blossomed and flourished here.

Like all other humans, they can’t sort out what to make the wretched events since Nov. 13, 2016, which wreaked a mystery almost as old as dirt.

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