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PHOTOS: Chores at Windswept Farm in Canterbury on the first day of spring

  • Courtney Shaw, 20, of Franklin, slips between a fence while doing her afternoon feeding chores at Windswept Farm in Canterbury on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014. Shaw has owned horses most of her life but started working at Windswept, her first full-time job at an equestrian facility,  in January. "I can't wait for summer," she said while trudging through mud, hauling bales of hay from corral to corral. "This stuff will dry up."<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Courtney Shaw, 20, of Franklin, slips between a fence while doing her afternoon feeding chores at Windswept Farm in Canterbury on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014. Shaw has owned horses most of her life but started working at Windswept, her first full-time job at an equestrian facility, in January. "I can't wait for summer," she said while trudging through mud, hauling bales of hay from corral to corral. "This stuff will dry up."

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • A break in the clouds lets some sun slip through and shine on Courtney Shaw as she fastens another layer of jacket on Tacoma the horse on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014 at Windswept Farm in Canterbury. Tacoma recently had her coat clipped so Shaw wanted to give her another jacket to stay warm overnight. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    A break in the clouds lets some sun slip through and shine on Courtney Shaw as she fastens another layer of jacket on Tacoma the horse on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014 at Windswept Farm in Canterbury. Tacoma recently had her coat clipped so Shaw wanted to give her another jacket to stay warm overnight.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Courtney Shaw, 20, of Franklin, slips between a fence while doing her afternoon feeding chores at Windswept Farm in Canterbury on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014. Shaw has owned horses most of her life but started working at Windswept, her first full-time job at an equestrian facility,  in January. "I can't wait for summer," she said while trudging through mud, hauling bales of hay from corral to corral. "This stuff will dry up."<br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • A break in the clouds lets some sun slip through and shine on Courtney Shaw as she fastens another layer of jacket on Tacoma the horse on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014 at Windswept Farm in Canterbury. Tacoma recently had her coat clipped so Shaw wanted to give her another jacket to stay warm overnight. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

Courtney Shaw, 20, of Franklin, slips between a fence while doing her afternoon feeding chores at Windswept Farm in Canterbury on Thursday afternoon, March 20, 2014. Shaw has owned horses most of her life but started working at Windswept, her first full-time job at an equestrian facility, in January. “I can’t wait for summer,” she said while trudging through mud, hauling bales of hay from corral to corral. “This stuff will dry up.”

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