Horses provide therapy to families during quarantine

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Valley News - Health
Five wild mustangs are providing mental wellness and fun to families during quarantine. Kedra Holderman, owner of Peaceful Hearts for Change, first moved to Temecula 10 years ago. Her family helps run the property, and Holderman has partnered with Riverside County Mental Health for the past eight years doing camping and other fun activities. Peaceful Hearts for Change is a place in Temecula for families to come spend time with nature and horses; however, when the pandemic hit, Holderman wasn’t sure what they were going to do or how they would feed their horses. “We put together this program that I’ve been offering for a long time with everybody else, and I can’t tell you how many families were just reaching out like they were desperate to touch outside, touch sunlight,”
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