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Horseplay

<p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>From left, Waiakea Elementary School preschoolers Bryfirson Kulian, Hoku Avilla and Namaka Aiona walk Calypso the mini horse with the help of Sylvia Fitch-McConnell of Therapeutic Horsemanship of Hawaii at Panaewa Park on Friday afternoon. The Kona-based equestrian organization teamed up with East Hawaii preschools to give the students the opportunity to interact with the horses. They also offer therapeutic riding lessons at Horseplay Equestrian Center coordinated by registered physical therapist Nancy Bloomfield.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Waiakea Elementary School preschooler Wyatt Hanohano pets Peaches the mini horse of Therapeutic Horsemanship of Hawaii at Panaewa Park on Friday afternoon. The Kona-based equestrian organization teamed up with East Hawaii preschools to give the students the opportunity to interact with the horses. They also offer therapeutic riding lessons at Horseplay Equestrian Center coordinated by registered physical therapist Nancy Bloomfield.</p>

Photos by HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald

 

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