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Brown proud to be part of REINS


Last updated 3/20/2008 at Noon

Diane Brown (right) encourages Kahna Baker of Oceanside during a therapy session at REINS. Program Coordinator Shauna Jopes stands behind the horse ready to help Kahna, who has cerebral palsy and, according to doctors, was not supposed to be able to sit up.

Being that equines have always held a special place in Diane Brown’s heart, it was only natural that she had a calling to volunteer at REINS (Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths) Therapeutic Horsemanship Program.

“All my life, I have had and loved horses,” said Brown.

Throughout the years, whenever she saddled up, she found herself doing all types of riding. Be it trail riding, jumping fences or riding English, Brown has adored it all.

“At this point in my life, I enjoy trail riding, and here in Fallbrook, we have many incredible places to ride,” she said.

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