The Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center hosts a trick-or-treating in the woods event in 2010. The center teaches horsemanship and riding adapted as needed for each individual, with about 40 percent of riders on the autism spectrum and about 60 percent with developmental delays.
The Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center hosts a trick-or-treating in the woods event in 2010. The center teaches horsemanship and riding adapted as needed for each individual, with about 40 percent of riders on the autism spectrum and about 60 percent with developmental delays. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
The Northwest Therapeutic Riding Center hosts a trick-or-treating in the woods event in 2010. The center teaches horsemanship and riding adapted as needed for each individual, with about 40 percent of riders on the autism spectrum and about 60 percent with developmental delays. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

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