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World's best border collies prepare to round up the sheep

Published August 30, 2012 9:39 am
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About 300 wild sheep from the Cache National Forest are unloaded Wednesday at Soldier Hollow Olympic Venue before the start of the Soldier Hollow Classic, which runs Friday through Monday and features the world's best border collies and their handlers in competition in front of thousands of spectators in Heber Valley.






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