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    When my husband was diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer, my horses in general and in particular Henry provided me with a peaceful place to go to in my head and just be...There is nothing like the love of a special horse to get you to relax and think about the positive instead of the negative even if it is just for a brief period of time in the day. Gave me the energy to soldier on through the tough stuff.


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    Good luck to you! I followed your other thread and I think you made a smart decision.

    There have been many times when I've gone over to the barn for a shoulder to cry on. I am grateful that my horse has always been there, never complains and never offers unsolicited advice.

    Horse therapy is very good for the soul.
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