Tag Archives: Deanie Humphrys_Dunne

The Thoroughbred:Fast and beautiful


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When you hear the word “thoroughbred” you probably think of purebred. But “Thoroughbred” is actually a breed of horse used […]

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The picnics at Sweetbrier


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You may  know I grew up on a beautiful riding school called Sweetbrier. My life there was full of adventure […]

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Before you win: you begin


Have you ever noticed the hardest thing to do is to begin? It could be you’re writing a book and […]

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Horses: A special connection


Have you ever noticed the healing powers of  horses?  For example, did you know horses can help children with autism […]

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Unexpected: Sef Scott


Have you ever thought about the word “Unexpected?” If you’re a shy person, it might be unexpected for you to […]

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Perseverance: Richard Jenkins beats the odds


If you love stories where the underdog beats huge odds, keep reading about the perseverance of Richard Jennings. He’s a […]

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Dreams: the story of John Cronin and his dad, Mark


We all have dreams. John Cronin graduated from high school in 2016 wondering what to do next. John has Down […]

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Therapeutic riding: Lis Hartel


Some of you may be familiar with therapeutic  horseback riding. It helps people in many ways-physically, emotionally and socially. Riding […]

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New beginnings: amazing


What if your little brother had Down Syndrome and only knew “about twelve words?” Would you feel there was no […]

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Rodney Smith: A mission


How many young men do you know who make it their mission to help others? Some might write children’s books, […]

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