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Q & A: Equine artist Crute makes use of experience with horses

Sharon Crute, who opened a gallery on Beekman Street in Saratoga Springs last November, stands in front of one of her equine paintings.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Sharon Crute, who opened a gallery on Beekman Street in Saratoga Springs last November, stands in front of one of her equine paintings.
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There are many equine artists. But how many have worked at a racetrack as a hot walker and assistant trainer? When Sharon Crute paints a thoroughbred thundering down the track, she taps into the excitement and emotions of her 30 years in horse racing. “She paints the life that she lived,” says her husband, Michael Bray. “You name it, she’s done it.” Crute, the artist, and Bray, a retired thoroughbred trainer who raced horses at ...


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