Cuba’s Horse Business

In this Feb. 4, 2015 photo, tombstones of the first stallions at the state-run Azucarero horse ranch, where an artificial insemination program is being developed, stand in a horse cemetery at the ranch in Artemisa, Cuba. The tombstones carry the horses’ names, birthdays, the years they died, their number of offspring as well as howContinue reading “Cuba’s Horse Business”

In this Feb. 4, 2015 photo, tombstones of the first stallions at the state-run Azucarero horse ranch, where an artificial insemination program is being developed, stand in a horse cemetery at the ranch in Artemisa, Cuba. The tombstones carry the horses’ names, birthdays, the years they died, their number of offspring as well as how many of their offspring were winners. Some of the names on the tombstones are Azucarero, Rincon Criollo, Playa Hermosa, Discutido, Limonada and Pimpollo. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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