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When you break a kid out of bed at 4:30 in the morning and, and he's on a
horseback before daylight and it's so cold he can hardly hold the reigns
and he's gotta find two or three pairs cattle scattered over the national forest
and get her back to the corral before he finishes.
Sometimes it rains, it snows;
whatever it is
but he's gotta learn to finish the job
If we start something, we're, we're in it for the long haul
and, and how to take pride in
How to start a task and take pride in that.
We're, we're taking it
here at Ashcreek
with these horses
and we're putting' something that he can go home in his area and no matter where you live you can find horses.
not only can you find and we're teaching him a skill set where they can earn a living or at least pave their way to college
that that horse can become a part of their aftercare. They can take the part that they can rely on in treatment
and rely on it at home.
That's the part that we need to incorporate.