Abby Glenn, a student of Solid Ground Equine Assisted Therapy, pets the nose of Cash, a therapy horse, at the Griffith Ranch in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The therapeutic horseback-riding program that started operating in mid-September in Klamath Falls is providing a calming environment for riders diagnosed with developmental and other disabilities. (Brittany Hosea-Small / The Herald and News)

Abby Glenn, a student of Solid Ground Equine Assisted Therapy, pets the nose of Cash, a therapy horse, at the Griffith Ranch in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The therapeutic horseback-riding program that started operating in mid-September in Klamath Falls is providing a calming environment for riders diagnosed with developmental and other disabilities. (Brittany Hosea-Small / The Herald and News)

Equine facility fosters healing atmosphere with horsemanship

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