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This a common sight in the Dolomite Alps of north eastern Italy, particularly in the pristine Fruili region. Generations ago, the hardy Friulian natives, through intense and selective breeding practices, created this unusually well-adapted equine specimen which is able to sustain itself briefly in severe winter conditions by relying on what is known as the "Maize Hole", not to be confused with the "Corn-Hole".
Sinceramente e Auguri,
Sig. Bill Poindextero, Friulano In Exile
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03/10/2012 at 01:30 PM
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