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  • Their family has been showing horses at the fair for 49 years

    Charla Wilder and her son, Curt Wilder, talk about Valley View Percherons and their tradition of showing their hitch at the Northwest Washington Fair for the past 49 years.

Charla Wilder and her son, Curt Wilder, talk about Valley View Percherons and their tradition of showing their hitch at the Northwest Washington Fair for the past 49 years. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Charla Wilder and her son, Curt Wilder, talk about Valley View Percherons and their tradition of showing their hitch at the Northwest Washington Fair for the past 49 years. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

They no longer carry knights in armor, but these horses carry on a family tradition

August 17, 2017 5:00 AM