Light Notes

December 5, 2013 6:00 AM

A bit of faith has hopelessly abused horse riding again

Near the point of certain death in late spring 2013, the starving mare couldn’t survive another 24 hours. But Spot-O-Faith Farm’s Linda Christiano believed love and hope could make a difference.

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