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romanyman BS: The Horse Boy, An Autistic Child's story (13) RE: BS: The Horse Boy, An Autistic Child's story 15 Jan 10

as one who knows first hand how horses are well known in healing circles, since my massive breakdown in the dark distant past, (something i still daily struggle with) the story of the so called horse boy is nothing new, google into equine assisted therapy, here in the uk not many nhs trusts use it , why i dont know, ive been trying to get something going here in kent for years, sadly finding a stable yard is so so hard and expensive, why though they had to go to mongolia i dont understand, but it worked for them and in saying that im glad for them, however you do need the right horses and ponies for this worthwhile therapy, it not a fad its a fact, but n.i.c.e. dont recognise it so it fall into the realms of private enterprise and with that massive costs, ive looked into it and for the life of me cant see why some of the prices quoted here in the u,k are so high, ive been around horses all my life and am aware of the costs etc but hey i could do it for half the price, so if youve got a stable yard and land , you can let me and my therapst have a look at let me know, then perhaps more and more people can also benefit from this great therapy.

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