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June 27, 2022

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Saddle Club makes room for evacuated horses

The Columbian
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ORCHARDS — The Clark County Saddle Club has been hard at work making space for horses affected by the Big Hollow Fire, burning near north Clark County, and horses affected by other fires in Oregon. “Thank you to all of our amazing horse community and beyond! From hay, grain, hay bags, hoses, wheelbarrows, pitchforks and so much more! Thank you to the amazing people who showed up to help and to the amazing group that came to cook us all dinner with donated food, water and snacks! Wow!!!! We are overwhelmed with gratitude,” a Facebook post reads. They were available to take 100 horses and helped connect community members in need to others who had more space. Rodeo Bible Camp donated panels for additional pens. Reinhart Equine Therapies offered services to the evacuated horses. Many other community members donated hay and other items. Keep up with the club at facebook.com/ClarkCountySaddleClubWA.

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