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... horseshoes and wheels must have made a terrible racket, and traffic accidents were no less frequent than they are today. Moreover, being a horse in the ...
By the late 1910s, cities became inhospitable to the poor horse. Slippery asphalt was replacing dirt roads, neighborhoods began banning stables, ...
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We would rather walk for 20 minutes to save our money for ice-cream and show empathy for those horses because they must feel frustrated when seeing ...