Hands and Hearts for Horses has announced it's bringing back the Rose Show Horse Show for the first time since the 1970s.
Director Debbie Guy says the show will help the organization raise money so it can continue to do therapeutic work with disabled youngsters and adults.
Says Guy, "There's just a special relationship between the horse and the rider -- it's indescribable, it's almost magical. We just feel like we are a God-send for those people."
Hands and Hearts for Horses has worked with the physically impaired for the past decade to improve their strength, balance and confidence.
A ticketed pre-show dinner will be held at Uno Hill Farm on April 29th.
The horse show will take place April 30th at Pebble Hill Plantation.
All riders are welcome to participate. Admission for guests is $5.
For more information, visit Handsandheartsforhorses.com.