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Watch happy horses blast through the snow drifts

Horses at the The Hughes-Jones Centre for People and Animals had barn fever after being trapped inside by a huge drift during last week's snowstorms.

It's not just humans that get cabin fever after a storm. 

Horses at the The Hughes-Jones Centre for People and Animals in Cornwall had barn fever after being trapped inside by a huge drift during last week's snowstorms.

Owners Ellen Jones and Tim Scheepens shovelled out the door and a narrow path through the long drift and then sent the horses out to blast through to the pasture. 

The horses were thrilled to finally get back outside after being stuck inside for 24 hours. 

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