Gravel Roads Injuring Amish Horses In Daviess County
The first feature will run under a regular World of Outlaws format, paying full points. The second feature will be lined up by inverting the lead lap finishers from the first main event. Last year in the Silver Cup, Gravel houston gravel supply finished fifth in the first feature, after lining up 12th. He was sixth-fastest in time trials and finished fourth in his heat raced to punch his ticket into the main event. The native of Watertown, Conn., finished 19th in the second 30-lapper. Lernerville is one my favorite tracks, said Gravel.
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The Amish in Daviess County say changes to the gravel roads have been injuring their horses. Daviess County Commissioners are pouring new gravel roads in hopes they can prevent further injury to Amish horses. Daviess County Highway Supervisor Phil Cornelius says the commissioners have been told that gravel used for many country roads has been getting stuck in horses hoofs, which can bruise the hoof or even cause the animal to become lame. We have been using the same size stone ever since Ive been here, which would be roughly 24 years, Cornelius says.
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