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Richfield’s ‘Gentle Giants’
All-American Clydesdales

Wilson hugs her 2,000-pound babies, champions Captain Max, right, and Royal Rex.


Shown in the same arena as The famous Budweiser Clydesdales, Wilson’s Clydesdales brought home a total of six ribbons from the World Show, including 1st & 4th place single cart in the Make-A-Wish category, which collectively, brought in $20,000 to help realize a Dream for a much deserved Cancer patient. Captain Max took 5th in Halter class & Patrick took 9th, as well as two other team wins which included Royal Rex.With over 700 Clydesdales competing to be the best of the best at the 2018 World Clydesdale Show, Captain Max, Royal Rex and Patrick, of Rolling Meadows Clydesdales in Richfield Springs placed in all classes, culminating in nominations for the All-American Clydesdale Awards, their owner, Donna Wilson, reported.

They had a full summer of shows, with wins at the Midwest Regionals at the Wisconsin State Fair, Boone County Fair and the Nationals at the Iowa State Fair.




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