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  • How to De-static Your Horse!
  • In the winter dry air can cause static electricity to build up on furry coats sometimes
    even to the point of causing shocks. Sandy Smyth, Barn Manager of "Ride to Walk" http://www.ridetowalk.org, a therapeutic riding program in Lincoln, Ca gives great tips on how to avoid delivering that spooky shock!
    Ride To Walk serves children with disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, attention deficit disorder, head trauma and sensory processing challenges. Sadly, Ride To Walk is facing a severe financial challenge due to state budget cuts. If you can donate either money or time, please contact Sandy at ridetowalk@sbcglobal.net.

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