KBCH donates to KHHSeveral members of Kingman Back Country Horsemen presented Kingman Healing Hooves with a gift certificate on Sunday January 11, 2015, at their therapeutic riding facility.  KBCH donated $652 and Kim McGee, owner of Stockton Hill Feed, increased that to a total of $700.  KBCH donates to non-profit organizations in the area annually. The KBCH group participates in trail rides, trail maintenance and community events.  Kingman Healing Hooves is Mohave County’s premier therapeutic riding facility for children and adults with disabilities and handicaps.

 

Photo caption: Pictured (left to right):  Chad Schuerr, KHH trainer; client Alice Conaway riding Elvis; Cindy Crawford, KBCH member; client Hope Miller riding Merchant; Deni Libby, KBCH member, Anita Biro, KBCH member; Whiskey Pete (mini-horse); Trish Carter, KBCH member; Linda Bennett, KBCH member; and Lindsey Schuerr, KHH trainer; standing with Dreamer.

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