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It’s a stunning property, with gentle hills and a small creek in the woods; the horses live in various fenced pastures while the couple’s dogs roam the property during the day.
Even though the Gregorys are looking for someone to take over, they are still accepting new horses.
"Most horses, when they get old, if they do get old, then nobody wants them anymore," Gregory said.
There’s a special patch of land where the horses are buried; a sign that says "Field of Dreams" stands in a clearing. A tree is planted for each horse buried in the field, marking the animals’ final resting spots.
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