Clydesdales on display at barbecue

It was a chance to get up close to some really big horses as the Saskatchewan Clydesdale Association held a hotdog sale in Yorkton Friday.

The event, held at the Legacy Co-op grocery store was a chance to learn a bit more about the big horses brought in by Twylla Newton who raises the breed just south of the city under the farm name Tail Winds Clydesdales.

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 And, of course support the provincial association by having lunch.

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