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Equestrians from all backgrounds are living the horse life at Skyline Ranch

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Monica Gomez
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Monica Gomez
Judi Martin assisting by putting the poles back in their place for the jumping lesson, while three Pony Club members prepare to jump.

For equestrians, there are a whole host of benefits – both physical and mental – that come from being around horses. But for many – especially here in the Bay Area – There’s a high financial bar that keeps them from riding. One club is helping young riders clear that bar, and broaden the definition of equestrian.

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Monica Gomez is a News Producer for KALW's Summer Journalism Program 2022