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After watching them for many years, I've grown extremely fond of the older horses at McCullough Peaks. These two band stallions, the pinto, Medicine Hat, and the sorrel, Red Rocker, are two of my favorites. For as long as I've been observing the horses, these stallions and their bands, have always been together. Like any close friends, they have the occasional argument, but I very rarely see one without the other close by.

The ageless, Medicine Hat, is the older of the pair and will be 19 this year, with Red Rocker turning 17. I know that these boys are reaching the end of their reign as band stallions, which makes every moment I get to spend with them a precious one.
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After watching them for many years, I've grown extremely fond of the older horses at McCullough Peaks. These two band stallions, the pinto, Medicine Hat, and the sorrel, Red Rocker, are two of my favorites. For as long as I've been observing the horses, these stallions and their bands, have always been together. Like any close friends, they have the occasional argument, but I very rarely see one without the other close by.<br />
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The ageless, Medicine Hat, is the older of the pair and will be 19 this year, with Red Rocker turning 17. I know that these boys are reaching the end of their reign as band stallions, which makes every moment I get to spend with them a precious one.