We just got back from an Equestrian Therapy Tribute to Jacques Fouchaux. Jacques was in the French Cavalry and has been teaching special needs children how to ride and help heal themselves since 1961. Sonny, Cindy, Megan and the dozens of people who I am forgetting to mention or spelling their names incorrectly put on a great event at the Sagebrush Cantina in Calabasas. There was a decent turn out, great music and items auctioned off with the proceeds to benefit Equestrian Therapy.
Arianna has been going to Equestrian Therapy and it has helped her stay walking. The health and psychological benefits of the therapy are fantastic and the children (and adults) who get involved as particpants or as volunteers blossom and enjoy a better quality of life.
There were awards for the volunteers and we had celebrities including Pauley Perrette (from NCIS), David Dean Bottrell (Boston Legal), the Eagles tribute band The Long Run and the usual local bunch of Equestrian Therapy fans.
Here are a couple videos from the event. As I get more uploaded I will try and post more.
June 06 2009 Mid Day
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Equestrian Therapy Tribute