These are some horses in Royal Swasey's (Joe's son) farm. The Swaseys rounded up the wild horses, bred them with their own, and made a living by selling them in the nearby towns. Joe's children became part of his business. Joe's grandson, Monte Swasey, said, "Granddad had 900 head of horses. And to sell these horses, they'd come in with 100-150 head of colts--3 years old, or so. They'd go through the towns and trade horses." The tradition continued into the next generation.
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