Photo One: Joanne Huff, a co-founder of Full of Grace Farm, explains to her girls therapy group that she wants them to brush the horses, and be aware of the reactions the horses have when they are touched in certain places.
Photo Two: Olivia, one of the girls in the therapy group gets a lesson from Laura Litterer on how to clean the hoof of the horse she is in charge of for the day, Raj. Litterer is asking Olivia where the “frog” is.
Photo Three: Litterer said, “Horses have healing properties, they can relate to you, you can bring your sob story to them, hug ‘em and somehow they’ll make you feel better.” This is the goal of Full of Grace Farm, and Addie one of the girls from therapy has learnt that from her relationship with Bob.
Photo Four: The girls group walk the horses down to an obstacle course in the ring for the next part of their therapy.
Photo Five: Litterer explains to Olivia the proper way to lead her horse, Raj, to the stepping block.
Photo Six: Huff instructs Addie about the faux water obstacle that she is supposed to guide Bob over. Huff tells Addie that Bob may be afraid of the obstacle and that she has to make him comfortable in order for him to walk over it.
Photo Seven: Another member of the girls group, Angela, gets frustrated when she is unable to guide her horse, Buddy, to the stepping block, she then tries to drag him and he freezes up on her. Litterer said, “These animals are enormous, and they’re going to mirror your emotions, whatever you give you get back.”