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Riding into a brighter future: Equestrian Crossings seeks sponsors

At the American Vaulting Association’s 2010 National Convention, Jacquelyn Diaz, who was born with a severe physical disability, works with renowned vaulting coach Rick Hawthorne of California on how to improve her core strength to the point she can almost stand on the barrel. Also pictured are Equestrian Crossings instructor Miriam Burk and vaulter Jessica Berman.  - Photo courtesy of Miriam Burk
At the American Vaulting Association’s 2010 National Convention, Jacquelyn Diaz, who was born with a severe physical disability, works with renowned vaulting coach Rick Hawthorne of California on how to improve her core strength to the point she can almost stand on the barrel. Also pictured are Equestrian Crossings instructor Miriam Burk and vaulter Jessica Berman.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Miriam Burk

At the American Vaulting Association’s 2010 National Convention, Jacquelyn Diaz, who was born with a severe physical disability, works with renowned vaulting coach Rick Hawthorne of California on how to improve her core strength to the point she can almost stand on the barrel. Also pictured are Equestrian Crossings instructor Miriam Burk and vaulter Jessica Berman.

Equestrian Crossings, which teaches vaulting on horseback and uses horse riding as therapy, offered Diaz the opportunity to learn horse riding, vaulting and attend the American Vaulting Association’s national conference.

Equestrian Crossings is a nonprofit business that is seeking highly motivated professionals in the corporate world to help it meet the growing financial and structural demands of its services. To donate or learn other ways to help, contact info@equestriancrossings.com or 360-320-1573. Visit www.equestriancrossings.com to learn more.

 

 

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