Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Riding program helps children with disabilities gain confidence

A Southern California therapeutic riding program helps 600 children and adults with disabilities overcome fear and gain confidence in themselves, equine therapists say. "It's fun to see how much they brighten up when they're riding," said Ashley Anderson, a 15-year-old volunteer. "You see how much horses can change lives here." San Diego Union-Tribune

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