The Collins twins of Alaska buy two new Icelandic Horses.
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"For bush horses, safety and reliability trumped all else. We didn’t need the flashy show horses or exciting sport horses that abound in the Icelandic horse world. We needed old-fashioned working farm horses, the sort that could pull logs, pack ungainly loads of moss, drag sled loads of moose meat across the rocks, cross muskeg and quicksand, and haul an aluminum boat clattering out of the water."