Equestrians to play charity match in Alpharetta fo...
by Ross Williams
12:23 PM, Thursday, October 08
On Oct. 11, area residents will arm themselves with wooden hammers, saddle up their faithful steeds and ride off to battle against a terrible killer. The enemy: Parkinson’s disease. The event: the 8th annual Polo for Parkinson’s polo match hosted ...

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