Katie Holme works with two of the horses, Ginger and Lakota Merry Lakes, under her care at Healing Horses.
Katie Holme works with two of the horses, Ginger and Lakota Merry Lakes, under her care at Healing Horses.
Katie Holme works with two of the horses, Ginger and Lakota Merry Lakes, under her care at Healing Horses.

To heal a horse

September 27, 2008 11:24 PM

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