Volunteer Pat Winecoff holds out a toy for Maggie Turney, 14, second from right, who has cerebral palsy, to grasp as she rides the horse named Sugar. Side walkers Kevin Williams, back, and Ross Propst, right, make sure that Maggie stays in the saddle during a riding session at the Wings of Eagles Ranch in Concord.
Volunteer Pat Winecoff holds out a toy for Maggie Turney, 14, second from right, who has cerebral palsy, to grasp as she rides the horse named Sugar. Side walkers Kevin Williams, back, and Ross Propst, right, make sure that Maggie stays in the saddle during a riding session at the Wings of Eagles Ranch in Concord. MARTY PRICE Marty Price
Volunteer Pat Winecoff holds out a toy for Maggie Turney, 14, second from right, who has cerebral palsy, to grasp as she rides the horse named Sugar. Side walkers Kevin Williams, back, and Ross Propst, right, make sure that Maggie stays in the saddle during a riding session at the Wings of Eagles Ranch in Concord. MARTY PRICE Marty Price

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