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Therapeutic horsemanship is improving the lives of people living with disabilities

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Improving the lives of people living with disabilities through therapy, recreation and exploration. It's the mission of Tree House of Greater St. Louis. The local organization that has been positively impacting children and adults through therapeutic horsemanship for nearly four decades.

Monica Marsh is the executive director for Tree House of Greater St. Louis. She talks about their unique program.

Tree House clients are riding in their annual Horse-A-Thon benefit trail ride to raise money for programs. To sponsor a team or one of Tree House`s amazing riders  visit: