Main Stay adds to its herd
New animals allow Richmond operation to incorporate therapy class
RICHMOND – Kali is a miniature horse with dwarfism named after the Hindu goddess of destruction. Friday morning, she was living up to her name.
The animal-assisted activities therapy class was wrapping up its eighth and final session at Main Stay Therapeutic Riding Program in Richmond with an activity where a group of four students and Kali had to make their way across the arena using islands made of hula hoops and pool noodles.
Pawing the ground the way horses do when they’re itching to roll, Kali didn’t stay on her island, nudging the noodles with her nose to make them roll.
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