Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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July 14, 2013

A love for horses

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TEMPLE HILL —

Ella and Kelsie are both contemplating future careers related to horses.

Ella is leaning toward becoming a horse trainer and said she would like to give horseback riding lessons to special needs children.

Kelsie is contemplating a career as an equine therapist, or possibly a veterinarian.

Both girls earned awards by competing in the fair on Saturday.

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