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Reins from Above
Saturday, August 09, 2008
KENLY — Stacey Ryder used to nurse. Now she runs a therapeutic riding program called Reins from Above that helps mentally and physically disabled children and adults. Surrounding both horses were three volunteers — a leader and two sidewalkers — to ensure the ride would be safe.

Ryder, who’s the executive director, stood in the center of the arena and called out the lesson. The two boys are among 35 students now taking classes on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays on 11 horses at the farm. Ryder also has three miniature donkeys and will eventually offer driving for those with disabilities that prevent them from being in a saddle.
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