Kids cowboy up at Special Needs Stampede


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  • Wyominguy Buffalo, WY
    Aug. 4, 2012 10:59 a.m.

    As the parent of a special needs "adult" daughter I can assure you that activities like this make a Huge difference in their lives. Our daughter began riding at age 11 and at one time actually competed in jumping events in open classes and usually won ribbons. With good instruction these kids will amaze you! Today at 46 our daughter still rides, now Western, and has been on some exciting trail rides in the Bighorn Mountains thanks to a wonderful Sister from our ward here.

    Activities like the Stampede are WONDERFUL and appreciated by both the kids and parents!

  • Utah Native Farmington, UT
    Aug. 4, 2012 10:44 a.m.

    Very cool!

  • djk blue springs, MO
    Aug. 4, 2012 9:08 a.m.

    yyyeeeee hhhhaaaaa ridem' cowgirls and cowboys. so much fun for the little ones. thank you to all whom helped for your hearts are filled with love . the children you helped have hearts full of giggles and minds with memories. yes even though a child is special needs they remember the happy in their lives.