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Celebrate with Saddle Pals

Children and adults  with  mental or physical disabilities can gain growth, independence and improved quality of life   just after riding a horse under the guidance of Saddle Pals.  Jane DeZell  is Director of  the  therapeutic riding center in Grass Valley  which is a certified  provider  of  therapeutic horsemanship  to children and adults.

Click here to learn about Saddle Pals

 

Saddle Pals relies on donations and a host of volunteers, many  who trailer in their own horses to operate the program.  Volunteer,  J.D. Salyer says one of his most rewarding students is Ian, an Autistic child who came to saddle Pals when he was 4 years old.

Click here to listen to J.D. Salyer

 

On Saturday October 13th Saddle Pals will host the fourth annual Pumpkins and Ponies open house including equine demonstrations  and lots of events for children, including a costume contest. Saddle Pals is located at the Blue Fountain Farm 17761 Grizzly Bear drive, off McCourtney road.

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