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New look HorseSense looks for volunteers to take the reigns

Coon Valley, WI (WXOW) – HorseSense begins a new era this summer with a new, all-inclusive outlook. The Coon Valley-based nonprofit that offers riding therapy encourages people of all abilities to take part in their programs.

With more offerings for kids with and without disabilities, military veterans and adults, executive director Samantha Hall said HorseSense wanted to brand itself as a more wide-reaching organization. Because of more demand, however, it’s summer riding season is already nearly full.

Hall said they can always use volunteers. There’s no experience necessary–only an age requirement of at least 14 years old. Hall said many of the volunteer walkers and assistants are college students who leave during the summer adding it’s a great summer service for students and adults alike.

To learn more, you can visit the new website at HorseSenseWI.org.

Dustin Luecke

Dustin Luecke anchors News 19 Daybreak weekday mornings.

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