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Draft horses at the DeKalb County Fall Free Fair, Tuesday.

Clayton Hursh Jr shows his Belgian draft horses at the DeKalb County Fall Free Fair, Tuesday.

Video: Just part of the draft horse team

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Bailee Quinn, 17, crouches down in the dust kicked up by Fred, left, and Kernel, as he guides the team through an obstacle course Tuesday in the team ground drive competition at the DeKalb County Fall Free Fair in Auburn. The Belgian draft horses are owned by Clayton Hursh Jr. of Auburn. The fair runs through Saturday.

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