Reins for Life to receive some movie proceeds

March 11, 2014 • Local News

Dr. Leonard Blach, center, and Mark Allen, far right, co-owners of 2009 Kentucky Derby champion Mine That Bird, along with Allen’s assistant, Don England, second from left, met with Cecelia McCraw of Galaxy 8, left, and [auth] Terry Bogle of Reins for Life (on horseback, second from right), at the Reins for Life ranch, Wednesday, for a media session to discuss the premiere of “50 to 1,” the story of Mine That Bird’s rise from obscurity to unanimously being voted New Mexico 2009 Horse of the Year. The movie will premiere 7 p.m., Friday, March 21, at Galaxy 8, with a meet and greet prior to the showing. Some of the proceeds from the movie will be donated to Reins for Life, which provides horseback therapy for people with mental, physical and emotional disabilities. (Mark Wilson Photo)

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One Response to Reins for Life to receive some movie proceeds

  1. Taylor says:

    Do these people have any training in Therapeutic riding? I see one tiny child (does she even fit the weight and height requirements?!?) WITHOUT a helmet and two other kids with helmets that very obviously don’t fit. This is extremely dangerous and against the regulations.
    Also, one of the girls can’t even reach the stirrups on the way too big saddle and if she is pulled forward by the horse, she’s going to face plant onto the saddle horn. Bogle should use any $$$ she receives to buy proper equipment and get correctly trained before a child is seriously injured. Shame on her!

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